Attorney Daniel Rock has practiced law for 43 years. His down to earth personality allows his clients to discuss their problems comfortably and confidentially. His areas of expertise include mortgage foreclosure, bankruptcy, contract litigation, wills and will contests, and personal injury and wrongful death.
The benefit of retaining a small firm is that you are treated as an individual and not a number. His clients are also provided direct access to him through his personal cell phone number.
Mr. Rock has a vested interest in you winning your case; when you succeed, he succeeds! Mr. Rock has been referred to as a strong litigator who is willing to take on the giants and fight for his clients, often taking difficult cases that other attorneys have declined to take on! He has successfully litigated numerous foreclosure cases and many times kept his clients in their homes for years. He is an adept mediator and specializes in resolving cases for their maximum insurable amounts.
Though he is physically located within Pasco County, his frequent referrals have brought him numerous clients from Polk, Hillsborough, Hernando and Pinellas County, as well.
5612 Grand Boulevard,
New Port Richey FL 34652
Daniel. P. Rock has been practicing law in Florida for more more than 43 years. His significant experience includes public service, operating as a circuit court mediator, teaching law, probate and guardianship, acting as a traffic hearing officer and completing substantial courtroom litigation.
Mr. Rock has been a New Port Richey resident for 43 years. He graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas High School in 1969, the University of Notre Dame, magna cum laude, in 1973 and Stetson University College of Law in 1976. He has been a trial attorney for 43 years for both jury and non-jury trials. Mr. Rock was a Traffic Court Magistrate for 3 years and one of the first licensed mediators in the state of Florida, which he performed for over 10 years. He has 43 years of experience in bankruptcy practice, now focused on Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 reorganization cases.
Today, Mr. Rockâs primary focus is on what he enjoys most as he fights for his clients â mortgage foreclosure defense, including loan modifications and workouts and bankruptcy help.
"My goal is to keep as many people in their homes as I possibly can," said Mr. Rock, "whether by settlement or by beating up the lenders if they have engaged in predatory loan or mortgage practices".
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