Our Services

Areas Of Law

Whether you are in need of real estate representation, facing criminal charges, or you need assistance with family law, we are here to help!

Land Planning

Great communities spring from great plans. Our land planners work closely with our engineering, surveying and environmental staff to prepare plans that are realistic, cost-effective, balanced and technically sound.

  • Extensive knowledge in city and county permitting processes.
  • Experienced in writing and developing Planned Unit Developments for approval and implementation.
  • Knowledge of comprehensive planning and rezoning processes.
  • Knowledge of impact fees, waivers and variances.
  • Experienced in drafting documents for consideration and approval by local government boards and commissions.
  • Knowledge of concept designs for code compliance.

Real Estate Law

At the Wright Firm, our goal is to look at the complete picture and develop an approach tailored to meet your goals.

  • Real Estate Closings
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Land Planning
  • Landlord / Tenant Law
  • Contract Review
  • For Sale By Owner
  • Title Insurance
  • Business Sales

Criminal Law

Being charged with any crime should not be taken lightly. Act promptly and consult a lawyer to learn about your rights.

  • Drug Crimes
  • Misdemeanor Crimes
  • Felony Crimes
  • DUI's
  • Possession
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Assault & Battery
  • Criminal Mischief

Family Law

At the Wright Firm, we represent families in a all areas of family law, from child support law to custody issues.

  • Divorce
  • Child Support
  • Custody & Visitation
  • Alimony / Spousal Support
  • Wills & Trusts
  • Probate
  • Paternity Disputes
  • Adoptions
  • Enforcement / Contempt
  • Name Changes
  • Property Distribution


The role of the mediator is to reduce obstacles to communication, assist in the identification of issues, explore alternatives, and otherwise facilitate voluntary agreements that resolve a dispute. The ultimate decision-making authority in mediation always rests solely with the parties. In Florida, virtually all civil disputes are subject to mediation through the court system. In many instances, Mediation can settle a dispute without the need to proceed to trial.


The decision-making authority in mediation remains solely with the parties. In Florida, virtually all family law matter are subject to mediation through the court system. Participating in mediation is required by courts prior to the time that a trial takes place. The majority of cases settle during mediation and therefore, a trial becomes unnecessary.

Parenting Coordination

It is a new alternative dispute resolution process in which a qualified impartial professional assists separated or divorced parents to resolve issues pertaining to their parenting plan and to help them implement their parenting plan. This can include: identifying disputed issues; reducing misunderstandings; clarifying priorities; exploring possibilities for problem solving; developing methods of collaboration in parenting; developing a parenting plan; and aiding parties in complying with the court's order regarding parenting issues. Parenting Coordination helps the parents avoid repeated trips to court over parenting issues. The Parenting Coordinator will work with others involved with the family, including mental health experts, health care personnel, social services, education and legal professionals, as well as extended family, stepparents and the children. The Parenting Coordinator may make recommendations for outside services, such as counseling, that the Parenting Coordinator may determine are needed.


FEES FOR PARENTING COORDINATION Fees and retainer amount for parenting coordination will vary depending on the case. The range and scale of fees is generally between $100-$200 per hour. The parents may come to an agreement upon the costs or the court shall determine the allocation of fees and costs for parenting coordination between the parties.

Need to hire a lawyer?

If you're in need of legal representation, don't hesitate to contact us. The sooner that you retain representation, the more positive the outcome may be.