About Valero Law PLLC
Valero Law PLLC is a civil and appellate litigation law firm specializing in business litigation, real estate, and probate law throughout the State of Florida. We have battled for our clients at the Trial Courts, District Courts of Appeal, and Florida Supreme Court.
At Valero Law, we focus our practice on three highly litigated areas of law: real estate, business, and probate. We represent both individuals and businesses in these types of legal proceedings. If you require professional assistance with your legal needs, call Valero Law PLLC for a free initial consultation.
David T. Valero, Esq.
David Thomas Valero is the Founder and Senior Attorney at Valero Law PLLC.
He obtained his Juris Doctor from the University of Florida Levin College of Law and began his early career at Serrano, Farah Law LP. During this time, David focused his practice on civil and appellate litigation, specializing in real estate, business, and probate law.
David has litigated in trial courts throughout South Florida, including the District Courts of Appeal and the Florida Supreme Court. David brings to each of his clients the youthful energy and unique skillset of an experienced litigation attorney.
Areas of Practice
Real Estate Litigation
Boundary Disputes | Contract Disputes | Evictions | Foreclosures | Partition | RE Brokers/Agents Litigation | Eminent Domain
General Business Litigation
Probate Administration | Adversary Probate | Will Contest
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