Our firm has assisted families through the probate process for many years. Our goal is to get you through the process in the most professional and efficient manner, at the lowest possible cost.
Real Estate Law
Professional legal advice is essential for the effective transfer of real property. Attorney Anthone Damianakis advises clients with regard to all aspects of a real estate transaction.
Family Law Attorney | Divorce Attorney | Real Estate Law Clearwater Florida
The Law Office of Peacock, Gaffney & Damianakis, P.A. is a full service law firm. The attorneys provide a variety of services with a focus on Marital and Family Law, Real Estate, Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts and Civil Litigation.
The firm historically has not advertised, most clients learning of the attorneys by word of mouth or by referrals from other professionals. The firm provides swift, efficient, courteous service to our clients. We have a dedicated, loyal staff who provide the personal attention necessary to help you make the best choices possible and to facilitate smooth solutions for your needs.
The firm handles cases in Pinellas, Hillsborough and Pasco counties. All attorneys in the firm are licensed to practice in Florida. Mr. Damianakis is also licensed to practice in New York.
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