Pittman Law Group represents clients before government officials and stakeholders, at every level of government. Our team continually monitors legislation that may impact our clients and will customize a legislative strategy to help you achieve your goals. The firm’s consultants have over 50 years of combined advocacy experience and are prepared to represent your interests.
Pittman Law Group employs a team of professionals that are knowledgeable in the areas of campaign finance law, particularly as it relates to the formation and management of political committees. With over three decades of experience, the Pittman Law Group team also has a strong understanding of election laws and a wealth of experience in campaign consulting.
Our business law practice includes the creation of nonprofit organizations and corporate entities as well as commercial transactions including real estate and agreements between parties. Pittman Law Group’s professionals are experienced in providing excellent legal council to service providers as well as consumers.
Our administrative law practice includes representing the varied interests of professional entities before executive agencies. Our firm is experienced in representing professionals in administrative hearings before the Department of Administrative Hearings (DOAH), guiding state procurement, and challenges to rules and rulemaking proceedings.
Our Civil Litigation Practice incorporates Wills & Probate Law and Family Law. After the death of a loved one, administering a will or probating an estate can prove to be a daunting task. Having a legally drafted and executed will can simplify this process. The litigation of family disputes can be both painful and emotional. Pittman Law Group’s attorneys are knowledgeable on updates in state and federal regulations as well as changes to family law rules.
What exactly is probate? Put very simply, probate is the process distributing the property of a deceased person to their lawful heirs! That’s it. Simple right? Not so much. Here’s why. For a more robust description, head over to the Florida Bar and read their Consumer Pamphlet: Probate in Florida for a quick primer. For more detailed information or to set up a free consultation, click here.