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  • September 5th, 2023

Welcome to Derek J Byrne Attorney at law!

Derek J. Byrne, Esq. is a dedicated attorney serving the Tampa Bay area since 2011. He graduated from Stetson University College of Law in December of 2010 and has since used his knowledge and experience to represent clients in a variety of legal matters. Derek’s trial experience and attention to detail give him an edge in the courtroom. In 2018, he was appointed Chairman of the Marital and Family Law Section of the St. Petersburg Bar Association. His commitment to excellence and the community has been recognized by his peers and clients alike. Derek was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida and has deep roots in the Tampa Bay area. When he isn’t in the office or the courtroom, he enjoys fishing, boating, and of course, spending time with family. If you are looking for an experienced and dedicated attorney to help you navigate the complexities of the law, Derek J. Byrne, Esq. is the right choice.

Our office offers a unique approach to legal representation by taking the time to understand the intricacies of different fields of law. We focus on family law, business law and probate litigation. These areas can involve other fields of law with which we are familiar, including real estate, corporate law, and estate/trust planning. In an industry where this approach is becoming increasingly rare, our office stands out when it comes to providing the right advice in complicated legal matters.

Family and Marital Law includes amicable and contested divorce and paternity cases. These matters often involve spousal support (alimony), child-related issues such as timesharing and support, as well as the distribution of property and debt. This area can also involve restraining orders (or injunctions for protection against domestic violence). Probate litigation is a specific area of law that deals with disputes related to the administration of a deceased person‘s estate. It typically involves contesting the validity of a will, challenging the appointment of an executor, or objecting to the accounting of an estate. Probate litigation can also involve disputes between beneficiaries, or between a beneficiary and the executor or administrator of the estate. In these cases, lawyers can help resolve the dispute through negotiation or litigation. Business law is a broad area of law that includes the creation of corporations and LLCs, negotiation and drafting of contracts, real estate transactions, and the purchase and sale of businesses. Lawyers who are qualified to practice business law can assist with the formation of a business entity, the drafting of contracts, and the negotiation of business transactions. They can also help resolve disputes between partners or shareholders, and advise on day–to–day operations and compliance with applicable laws.

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