...Because You Deserve to Be Heard
The Streeter Law Firm helps families navigate through life’s most stressful moments, whether it be a divorce or custody issue, the purchase or sale of a new home, establishing a new business, estate planning, or a personal injury. We are a locally owned and operated firm in Polk County, Florida and are committed to providing affordable, client-focused, and aggressive representation for our clients and their families.
We approach every client’s issue with the readiness to be a resource, after all, that is the primary reason our clients reach out to us. We Want to Help You Be Heard. We immediately strategize with our clients to determine the best plan of attack for their legal issue and provide realistic possibilities of resolution so that each client makes the best decision for themselves in light of the circumstances.
If you are looking for an attorney who you know you can trust to protect your rights and interests, contact The Streeter Law Firm and schedule a consultation today. Se habla español.
Assisting you on all of your company’s complex transactional and litigation matters.
Going through a divorce or child custody or child support matter can be extremely difficult for every person involved.
You can never be too young or too old to plan the settlement of your affairs. Let us help.
Being injured because someone else was careless is frustrating, especially when those injuries continue to affect your daily life.
Buying or Selling a home?
The transactions involved in the closing process can be a nightmare.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and CDC, State, and local guidelines for maintaining social distance, we are currently offering limited in-office consultations. Initial case evaluations are typically conducted by phone, e-mail or Google Meet (virtually).
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