As a dedicated bankruptcy lawyer, Attorney Lloyd A. Baron, is passionate about providing the highest quality of representation and legal counsel for every client. With 25 years of legal practice, Attorney Baron is adept at handling all phases of the bankruptcy process.
Attorney Baron was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1990; is a member of the Federal Bar in the Southern District of Florida and is authorized to practice law in Connecticut and New York, as well.
When you are struggling to move forward because of debt or other financial issues, it is wise to seek the help of a legal professional who knows what you are going through and has the ability to help. A blend of knowledge and experience combined with professional skills will serve you well.
Attorney Baron is also a published author and a respected paralegal educator.
Law Offices of Attorney Lloyd A. Baron, P.A is located in Coral Springs, Florida. Our firm specializes in bankruptcy, foreclosures, mortgage modification and all credit related matters.
Ms. Lisa Piper is our office manager and paralegal. She is hard working organized and prides herself on assisting clients through the legal process in an upbeat and optimistic fashion for the past 20 years.
Attorney Lloyd A.Baron, has been in practice for over 25 years and is licensed to practice in Florida, New York and Connecticut. He is a published author and also teaches paralegal courses.
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