- All Felonies
- All Misdemeanors
- All Traffic TicketsDUI
- Suspended License
- Battery & Domestic Violence
- Drug Offenses/Possession & Sale
- Juvenile Cases
- Probation Violations
- Bond Reductions & Hearings
Being a Defendant in a criminal case is often the most difficult time in an individual’s life. The stakes are high as a Defendant faces losing his or her most precious possession, their liberty and freedom. Knowledge, experience, and skill are paramount for a successful defense in a criminal case.
The attorneys at McCune Law, P.A., have immense experience in the criminal law area. As a former prosecutor for the Seventh Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office, James P. McCune, Esq., has special experience and knowledge of the policies and procedures of law enforcement and the State Attorney’s Office. Together with Ben Rich, Esq., McCune Law, P.A., has the necessary legal horsepower to provide their clients with top-quality legal representation.
Don’t waste precious time waiting in securing competent legal counsel if you have been arrested or received a criminal summons. The sooner that a competent attorney gets into a criminal case, the better the odds are that a suitable disposition can be secured for the client. If you have been arrested or you are currently facing criminal prosecution, McCune Law, P.A., provides a free in-office consultation. A free professional analysis of your case is only a phone call away
- Child Support
- Enforcement & Contempt Proceedings
- Pre-nuptial Agreements
- Domestic Violence
Mccune Law P.A. is a law firm dedicated to the intricacies of family law including divorce, child custody, domestic violence and more. If your family is in turmoil, you need qualified, expert advice and guidance through the maze of family law in Florida. You deserve to have the help you need in making the decisions that are right for you and your family. We can help by following the proper legal procedures to shape the outcome you require.
Our main goal is to minimize the stress and strain that family problems may bring. At McCune Law, P.A. we’re prepared to help you.
We are experienced family law attorneys that will guide you through the legal process from the beginning to the end. We will help you get through the hard times and uncertainty brought on by a divorce or family related problem.
- Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Truck Accidents
Frequently Asked Questions
McCune Law, PA receives many questions from people who have been injured in accidents or on the job. Below you’ll find several of our most frequently asked questions and answers.
I’ve been injured – now what?
Go see your doctor, first. Your injuries should be attended to before you even consider making a claim against someone for causing them. Make sure your health is being taken care of first. Keep any information from this appointment – good records of your injury and your treatments are vital to your case, if you decide to pursue that course of action. Next call us and we can schedule your free consultation.
How long can I wait before I file a claim for my personal injury?
You really should seek the advice of a qualified attorney immediately. Depending on jurisdiction and the type of case determines various time limitations. Contact us for assistance and an assessment of your case.
I was in an accident without insurance.
Can you help me?
We would need to assess your case; in our assessment, we might find that the vehicle you were driving was faulty, or perhaps the road conditions were hazardous. We would also need to assess all of the claims against you as well as the other driver. Contact us today for your free assessment.
A giant commercial truck/ semi hit me and I was injured/ my children were injured/ other people in my car were injured.
What can I do?
Large trucking companies have teams of lawyers at the ready to help them get out of paying you for the damage their driver caused. Contact McCune Law, P.A., to help you get what you deserve from the company for your damages, pain and suffering, the damage to your vehicle, and for any other injuries of the people riding in your car with you.
- Real Estate Closings
- Title Insurance
- Contract Drafting & Review
- Landlord/Tenant Cases
- Residential & Commercial
McCune Law, P.A., has years of experience in a wide range of real estate matters, from relatively routine residential closings to complex commercial transactions. We close millions of dollars in real estate transactions every year including single family homes, condominiums, townhouses, apartments and commercial buildings.
Our attorneys have closed on hundreds of properties throughout the State of Florida. We have an established reputation among attorneys, real estate agents, banks and mortgage brokers for the professional and personal service we provide to our clients in every aspect of the real estate process.
Every step of the way, our attorneys are available to provide additional information and to answer questions. We charge a single fee for the entire process, from initial consultation to negotiating contract terms, to conducting the closing. Based on our extensive experience, we help our clients avoid many problems that can arise in a real estate transaction.
What skills does a real estate attorney bring to the table?
A real estate attorney provides another level of professional protection. Their knowledge of real estate law is greater than that of real estate agents and title companies without legal expertise. At McCune Law, P.A., we guide you through every facet of the transaction and make it as simple and painless as possible.
If there is a title issue to resolve, an attorney will be better suited to properly handle the problem. At McCune Law, P.A., we ensure the title is marketable through the issuance of title policies. Title insurance is a must. Even if you pay cash for your property, the title is the only evidence of ownership besides possession. At McCune Law, P.A., we review the history of the title called the “chain of title” and in turn, pass on to you an insurance policy that guarantees its marketability.
How much does a Florida real estate title search cost?
Initial consultation is complimentary and can be arranged by phone or by appointment. Attorney fees vary on a standard title issue affecting homestead property, but we will work to make it affordable for you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a customized quote. You will not pay anything until closing and will know in advance what our fees will be. No hidden charges apply.
McCune Law, P.A., can relate to the inconvenience and complexity associated with closing a piece of property. With McCune Law, P.A., instead of sorting through countless listings for title companies or information about titles, you can process a closing for property anywhere across the entire State of Florida with us.
- Living Wills
- Power of Attorney
Why do i need a will ?
Wills are documents that specify how your estate should be distributed after your death. The primary objective of a Will is to transfer property and/or money to beneficiaries. Having your Will prepared by McCune Law, P.A., has many benefits – the biggest being the peace of mind it brings knowing that is has been done correctly.
What is a Living Will?
A Living Will informs others of the kind of medical treatment you wish to receive, or not to receive, when you have a terminal illness or become incapable of communicating your wishes. A Living Will instructs medical personnel when to maintain life support, when to turn it off, and when to resuscitate you. If you don’t leave these instructions, someone else will make these decisions for you if you should become incapacitated.
What is a Power of Attorney?
Powers of Attorney delegate legal authority from one person to another. A Power of Attorney may be “special” or “limited” to one specified act, or it may be “general” giving your chosen agent/attorney-in-fact various powers to act on your behalf.