Letter to Editor: Deed in Reduction would create “win-win”
Gulf Coast Business Review: March 26, 2010
Kevin F. Jursinski is recognized by the objective rating services of Martindale Hubbell as one of Southwest Florida's premier attorneys. He has concentrated more than 40 years of practice in the area of real estate, business and construction law in Naples and Fort Myers.
Firm Partner, Kara Jursinski Murphy, focuses her area of practice on Real Estate Litigation, Business Litigation and Real Estate and Business Transactional Law. Kara has earned the highly-esteemed designation of Board Certified Specialist (B.C.S.) and Expert in Real Estate by the Florida Bar. This certification recognizes attorneys who have special knowledge, skills and proficiency in various areas of law, including Real Estate, and professionalism and ethics in practice...
W. Ryan Murphy focuses his practice in the areas of Real Estate and Construction law.
Mark R. Wagner focuses his practice in the areas of Real Estate, Business and Construction law.
My sister and I did a long distance purchase of a condo in Florida in June 2018 and we used the KFJLaw office to handle the details. From the first phone call to picking up the keys, their staff were always friendly and helpful.- Julie
Kevin and his associate Janine Decker did a great job in helping me close a property in SWFL. They were always available to answer my questions. I definitely recommend them.- Katherine
Kevin was my Attorney when I lived in Fort Myers and even after I moved To Denver he wrapped up my Florida deals with extreme professionalism. I am glad to see he is still doing the outstanding job he has always done.- David
They fought to serve our country.
Now, they are fighting with the state of Florida – over a bingo game.
A former employee at a prominent Southwest Florida air conditioning and home
services company admitted to illegally notarizing documents for the company in a court filing...
It’s by far the biggest complaint that comes to the NBC2 Investigators: Contractors accused of taking money, but not finishing the job.
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