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We are a forward-thinking Naples, Florida law firm
built on tradition and driven by experience.
we believe the client comes first!
We are a team of legal professionals serving all of Florida. Our mission is to provide our clients with the most effective representation at affordable rates. We believe in building long-lasting relationships with our clients and do so with honesty, integrity, hard work and positive results. Whether you are buying a house, pursuing United States citizenship, or thinking about starting a business, we can help. Call us today at 239.234.5034
We look forward to helping you through life’s big challenges.
We are experienced across a wide range of practice areas and have
the knowledge, ability, and perseverance to see you through any challenge.
When it comes to buying or selling your home, there are many different types of legal issues that can pop up. Whether you are looking to make a commercial real estate investment or purchase a new residential property, it is important to have a knowledgeable real estate attorney on your side.
Threlkeld Law, P.A. provides comprehensive title services for real estate transactions in Florida, from a search for property liens or defects to issuance of title insurance. Our law firm provides you with service to ensure that your real estate transaction runs smoothly and efficiently. We are prepared to handle all aspects of real estate closings. Detailed title searches are performed to assess the quality of title, the existence of deed restrictions, easements and servitudes, and the existence of any liens or assessments.
With a wealth of experience in business law, our law firm completely understands the importance of your current legal situation. We can approach your legal matter sensitively. We have a diverse range of clients, but we have one mission in mind: seeking results and justice for you, no matter what legal matter you are currently facing.
Wills, Trusts & Estates
Wills, Trusts & Estates
Estate planning allows you to provide for your family by creating a trust or will, establishing a power of attorney or living will, making funeral arrangements in advance, and more. If you’re ready to begin the estate planning process, you need the help of an attorney with the knowledge to protect the interests of you and your loved ones.