O'Halloran & O'Halloran, Attorneys at Law
Law Firm Overview
The Law Firm of O'Halloran and O'Halloran has established a reputation with our clients and in the community for prompt, professional, personal, and courteous service.
With over three decades of legal experience in Southwest Florida, our knowledge of the law and the 20th Judicial Circuit system allows us to counsel and guide you in the most time and cost effective manner possible.
Our goal is to provide you with exceptional legal services utilizing a team effort to achieve the best possible results. We choose to maintain a small client base in order to give maximum personal attention to each client.
In 1974, Roger O'Halloran moved to, and began practicing law in, Fort Myers. After several years of offering a broad range of legal representation, Roger narrowed his areas of interest and expertise to Family Law.
In 2007, Ryan joined his father in the family law practice. With the addition of a second generation, new technology and perspectives meld with long-time experience and knowledge to offer clients broadbased representation.
Recently both Roger and Ryan received awards of "Certificate of Appreciation" in recognition of Pro Bono services rendered in 2008 from Florida Rural Legal Services and The Lee County Bar Association.
As a family, the O'Hallorans are committed to serving the legal needs of Southwest Florida. Oldest son, Sean, is a criminal defense attorney; youngest son, Casey, is an employee at the Lee County Justice Center.
Areas of Practice
- Elder Law
- Estate Planning
- Probate & Estate Administration
- Custody & Visitation
- Child Support
- Spousal Support/Alimony
- Family Law
West Practice Categories
Elder Law, Estate Planning, Probate & Estate Administration, Trusts, Wills, Adoption, Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, Family Law
Accepts Credit Cards
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