1173 NE Cleveland St,
Clearwater FL 33755
We handle all aspects of Florida family law, including prenuptial agreements, alimony, negotiated settlements and mediation.
John McGuire's commitment is to provide you with the prompt, personal attention you deserve at every stage of representation. We take the time to listen to your concerns and provide you with the advice you need to proceed in the right direction, and we keep you informed as your case develops. John has been practicing family law in Florida for more than two decades. Please feel free to contact John for a free initial consultation.
John McGuire isn't your average attorney. That's because he doesn't see himself as one. John has been helping people in Clearwater and its surrounding areas for more than 20 years now. A call to an attorney is usually a last resort. You call when you're in trouble. John McGuire knows that trouble comes in many forms. That's why his practice has never been limited to one area of the law. Friends call John when they're in trouble with the law or when their marriage has ended. They call him when their financial difficulties have them asking questions about bankruptcy. That's when they call John because they know him as a trusted friend and a loyal advocate. He's always ready to listen and to help.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, John served in the military as a police officer. His training and natural abilities as a negotiator help him help those seeking a divorce.
John takes his responsibility to each and every one of his clients personally. Unlike other law firms, John is available to meet with each client individually and honestly discuss with them the particulars of their case.
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