Ocala and The Villages' employment and business attorney Danialle Riggins has substantial experience representing employers and employees in workplace disputes. She also serves as an adjunct college professor teaching employment law and business ethics, among other subjects. Her in-depth understanding of both plaintiffs' and defendants' rights, legal options and viable strategies will be a critical asset for you as you decide whether and how to proceed.
Whereas a larger law firm may assign your small business's needs to an associate with limited experience, working with us means that you will work closely and directly with Ms. Riggins.
In many cases, a business owner works with attorney Riggins to resolve a looming problem and finds that she can provide invaluable employee training, handbooks and compliance counsel as well as strength in any administrative hearing or trial. Our firm is also a go-to resource for review and analysis of noncompete agreements and other employment contracts.
The best step you can take, as soon as possible once you believe you have a problem, is to talk through relevant laws, your rights and your options with a lawyer you trust. Relying on friends or family members for advice is simply too risky. Ocala family law attorney Danialle Riggins will assess your unique circumstances and help you protect what matters most to you.
Attorney Riggins is a spouse and mother herself. She will take the time to understand both the practical and emotional aspects of your case. Her trial experience is a standout characteristic among family law attorneys, ideal for bringing difference-making strategy to bear on tough negotiations and favorably resolving the toughest disputes.
Many of our family law clients come to us because Ms. Riggins has previously handled business and employment matters successfully for them — and because high-asset divorce is familiar territory for our legal team. We also welcome men and women who are new to our firm and want balanced, action-oriented guidance.
Extensive experience on both the landlord and tenant's side of eviction disputes in invaluable, but it can be challenging to find among business and real estate lawyers. Danialle Riggins is a dynamic negotiator and proven trial lawyer prepared to make a difference in your operating efficiency and your ability to focus on your cure operations. We can assist on notices, lease drafting and enforcement(s), amendments to litigation drafting. We can handle your legal eviction from start to finish or only assist with a hearing or two.
We help you understand the difference between an eviction and an unlawful detainer and from an ejectment.
What do you do when there is people who are not tenants lawfully living on your property and law enforcement cannot not help. If the people are claiming that they have rights or interest in the real property but you know that is not correct or the whole picture, ejectment is possibly your only solution.
Ejectment is your legal option when there is not a note/mortgage in place and no landlord/tenant relationship ever existed. Ejectment is civil ligation to remove non-tenants and non-owners from a property.
Riggins Law Firm provides homeowners with a rapid review of their case and an explanation of their potential options. There are various possible foreclosure defenses, which can be raised in court. In order to identify which foreclosure defenses are appropriate in your specific case, we need to evaluate your case. It is never to early to speak with an attorney about your options but it can be too late.
SERVING THE STATE OF FLORIDA, INCLUDING: ALACHUA, BREVARD, BROWARD, CHARLOTTE, CITRUS, COLLIER, DE SOTO, DUVAL, GLADES, HARDEE, HENDRY, HERNANDO, HIGHLANDS, HILLSBOROUGH, INDIAN RIVER, LAKE, LEE, LEON, MANATEE, MARION, MARTIN, MIAMI-DADE, MONROE, OKEECHOBEE, ORANGE, OSCEOLA, PALM BEACH, PASCO, PINELLAS, POLK, SAINT LUCIE, SARASOTA, SEMINOLE, SUMPTER AND VOLUSIA COUNTIES