Waugh Grant — Florida Attorneys

Waugh Grant is an earnestly modern law firm with a traditional approach to practicing law. Our attorneys are generalists with substantial experience providing legal services to clients across a broad range of substantive practice areas. A commitment to providing the highest quality of legal services accompanied by exceptional client service is the cornerstone of our practice. Our state-of-the-art infrastructure enables us to provide efficient, cost-effective services.

From our offices in Orlando, Miami and The Villages, Waugh Grant provides comprehensive legal services to business and individual clients throughout the State of Florida. Our attorneys provide counsel for transactional matters and represent clients in trial and appellate litigation in all Florida state and federal courts, as well as in selected federal courts outside the state.

Our culture and personality are as unique as our practice. Our attorneys practice with intuitive skill and passion for protecting the interests and rights of every client. In the case of the partners, Gerrard Grant and Christian Waugh, their extensive experience enables them to address a wide range of legal needs for his clients. Their leadership establishes the foundation for all legal services provided by our attorneys.

A substantial number of our clients seek us out as the result of referrals from other clients and attorneys, which attests to the success of our singular approach. We provide services to many clients on a long-term basis, which demonstrates the steadfast quality of our commitment to outstanding service, as well as the confidence and trust of our clients.

Meet Our Team

Christian’s practice includes litigation, appeals, real estate, government and municipal law, and a full range of business law matters. He is Board Certified in Real Estate Law.
Gerrard’s practice includes corporate and business law, tax and tax controversies, wills, trust, and estates, and outside general counsel services. He is Board Certified in Tax Law.

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