It’s official! Congratulations to our newest attorney Matt Lynn and thank you to Judge Tinlin
Groundbreaking on the new office building today! Hard work makes dreams come true! Thank you to all of our clients, family and friends…We could not have made this happen without you!
Heigh ho, heigh ho it’s off to permitting they go! It’s getting exciting around here!!!
James Whitehouse is the attorney representing 7-Eleven in the company’s effort to build a convenience store and gas station at the corner of May Street and San Marco Avenue in St. Augustine.
Congratulations to Amy M. Vo for being recognized as a 2015 Florida Rising Star by www.superlawyers.com
We are excited to share with you our big news! Plans have been finalized and we are breaking ground at the start of the New Year! St Johns Law Group is building to fit all of your legal needs! Our new location when completed will be at 104 Sea Grove Main Street located at the […]
The future of a 7-Eleven won’t come until at least January, following a civil court hearing and a special hearing by the St. Augustine City Commission. The developer received approval in September from St. Augustine’s planning and building department to build a 12-pump gas station at May Street and San Marco Avenue. They also obtained […]
The battle between residents and a looming development of a 7-Eleven will go to a special meeting by the St. Augustine City Commission. The commission voted unanimously at Monday’s regular meeting to allow an appeal of the development filed by residents to move forward, finding that the applicants had standing to appeal. CLICK HERE TO […]
With the addition of attorney Contessa Pulsfus, we have launched our new Family Law and Divorce website. www.staugustinedivorceattorney.com
The future of a 7-Eleven in St. Augustine has become more complicated. Residents recently filed an appeal of a building permit issued to the developer by the city’s planning and building department. Shortly after that appeal was filed, the Florida Department of Transportation issued final permits needed for the developer to move forward with construction […]