Lanigan & Lanigan, P.L.
Experienced Fla. Attorneys, Aggressive Representation With a Personal Touch
Eric and Roddy Lanigan have provided appellate, business and civil, real estate, probate, securities and investment losses legal services to businesses and individuals since 1976. Lanigan and Lanigan practice areas include:
- Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
- Real Estate Litigation
- Real Estate Transactions
- Mortgage Workouts
- White Collar Appeals
Eric Lanigan has practiced Florida law since 1976; Roddy Lanigan since 2007. The Lanigans have real estate clients in Florida, the U.S., Asia and Europe. Together, the Lanigans are experienced attorneys who provide clients aggressive representation with a personal touch.
Winter Park Florida Law Firm Lanigan and Lanigan
Winter Park FL attorneys Eric Lanigan and Roddy Lanigan are passionate about the practice of law. Whether you’re a new local business, or a large corporation, the Lanigans handle your case personally from the first meeting through the resolution of the legal issue.
If you’re facing a legal problem and have to fight for your business, you should learn all of your legal options immediately by consulting with an experienced attorney. A key aspect of any case is timing because your opportunities shrink as time passes. Yes, it’s good to research, read and think about what to do with legal options facing you. But don’t wait wait too long or you’ll lose some of your choices.
Ultimately, the lawyer you choose to represent you will know how many ways that a case or legal issue can be approached; choose wisely and you’ll be well represented.
When to Litigate, When to Negotiate
Clients want aggressive attorneys with the experience and the knowledge to discern whether a battle has to be waged in court or whether another solution can be reached between disputing parties through mediation or negotiation. The Lanigans are experienced attorneys who don’t back down from a fight. But the Lanigans explain that while everyone says they want to sue the other side, litigation is a time consuming and expensive pursuit.
The Lanigans will battle in court for you, but more importantly the Lanigans know when and how to litigate on behalf of clients. They know how to present cases to juries because they’re superior litigation lawyers who spend up to 80% of their time in court. The Lanigans know when to litigate and when to negotiate and will only provide you with the very best legal advice.
Attorney Legal Fees
Eric A. Lanigan and Roddy B. Lanigan aren’t afraid of juries, but they know what juries can do.
They’re not afraid of litigation, but they know how much a lawsuit can cost and how quickly it can spin out of control for clients.
The Lanigans are aware of the financial strain that clients can face when addressing legal situations. Eric and Roddy Lanigan pursue clients’ rights regardless of the forum but with respect for time and for client financial commitment and investment.
When to Negotiate, When to Litigate
In some cases it may seem that a lawsuit is inevitable, but every dispute does not result in a lawsuit. There is often a negotiation posture to resolve and to mediate issues without having to pursue litigation. The key to success in any legal scenario is to know the law, but to have the experience to interpret the law and craft a defense or an offense using the law credibly and correctly. Some of the best victories are won before ever having to enter a courtroom.
Every case and every client is different. Before you make a decision on any legal issue, consult with Eric Lanigan and Roddy Lanigan, Lanigan and Lanigan attorneys in Winter Park Fla. You’ll work with experienced attorneys who provide aggressive representation with a personal touch.