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Andrew Douglas, P.A. founded in 2008, is a Florida Construction Law and Commericial Litigation Law Firm offering effictive legal counsel and excellent client service. Call to learn how we can help you with your legal matter.
Andrew Douglas, Esq.
Andrew Douglas, J.D., MSF
Attorney Andrew Douglas is South Florida native and a 1999 graduate of Nova High School in Davie, Florida. Andrew attended The Florida State University graduating in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Finance, Summa Cum Laude. In the Fall of 2001 Andrew started law school at the University of Florida College of Law in Gainesville, Florida. Andrew focused his studies on commercial litigation and business law and criminal defense law. While in law school Andrew enrolled in the Masters of Science in Business Administration – Finance degree program, and graduated law school with honors and with a Masters Degree in Business in December 2003. Andrew’s current practice focuses on Commercial litigation and Florida Construction Litigation, and Criminal Defense, and can help individuals and companies with virtually all their legal needs.
Residential Evictions: 7-Day Notices for Terminating Lease by Landlord for Causes other than Non-Payment of Rent
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