A Client-Driven Philosophy in Florida Family Law
When you have to deal with difficult issues that will affect your future and the future of your family, yourlawyer should provide you with answers, options and information that will help you make responsible decisions you can feel good about.
"My practice is dedicated to providing advice that gives you greater confidence in your decisions." Gale Moore
At the Law Offices of Gale H. Moore, P.A., in Largo, Florida, we talk about using a client-driven philosophy in all that we do. This means that our services are highly personalized to the unique issues of you and your family. With more than a decade of legal service, we have helped countless families resolve issues with confidence.
We recognize how important it is toadvise each client after listening to the details of the situation and their goals for resolution. Our firm was founded in 1998. We handle a wide range of issues that may affect you and your family, including:
A Commitment to Results, Inside and Outside of the Courtroom
Every case is different and should be resolved in the manner that is best for the circumstances. Sometimes, this means resolving issues amicably and using mediation to arrive at decisions that benefit both parties. Other times, it means taking issues to court and standing up for client rights in litigation.
At our firm, we thoroughly prepare every case, so in the event that litigation is necessary, we are ready to protect your rights. Of course, when we can avoid the courtroom and save clients the time, money and stress associated with litigation, we will do so.
Feel free to contact us today for a consultation, where we can discuss your issues. Attorney Gale H. Moore can provide therepresentation you deserve. Call our Largo office at 727-475-4284 or toll free at 888-463-5651 to make an appointment.
Ms. Moore graduated from St. Mary's Episcopal High School in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1987. She attained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1990.
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