Civil Litigation Attorney Boca Raton

CIVIL LITIGATION ATTORNEY, Ginny L. Goldman, P.A., of Boca Raton, Florida represents businesses and individuals, both plaintiffs and defendants, in civil, commercial and real estate litigation matters. Ginny L. Goldman has been a civil litigation attorney for 31 years, pursuing and defending civil claims on behalf of her clients. Ginny L. Goldman has litigated and tried cases in Palm Beach County and Broward County, Florida, in the courts in West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Delray Beach and Deerfield Beach, involving breach of contract claims and defenses, corporate litigation, actions involving business disputes, shareholder disputes, partnership disputes, dissolution actions, civil fraud, civil theft, conversion, tortuous interference, deceptive trade practices, breach of warranty, landlord tenant disputes, real property disputes, personal property disputes, construction liens, construction defects, trust litigation, interpleader actions involving competing claims to a fund in escrow, claims brought by owners against condominium associations, claims brought by owners against homeowner associations, defense of lien actions, foreclosure defense and real property partition actions.


Many of the Civil Litigation cases handled by the firm involve representing business clients and individual clients who have entered into contracts or other arrangements with businesses or individuals located in the South Florida area, including Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Deerfield Beach, Boynton Beach, Pompano Beach, Coral Springs, Lake Worth and throughout Palm Beach County and Broward County, Florida. The firm also handles claims that are brought by businesses and individuals against out of state companies that solicit their goods or services in South Florida, including clients located in the Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Deerfield Beach, Boynton Beach, Pompano Beach, Coral Springs, Lake Worth and throughout Palm Beach County and Broward County, Florida. To check and see if your case should be brought in Palm Beach County or Broward County or elsewhere within or outside of the State of Florida, contact Ginny L. Goldman, P.A.



If you are anticipating a possible dispute with a party you have dealings with, remember it is always better to get everything in writing and signed by the other party so you have a better chance of proving your claims in court. If you are contemplating entering into an agreement with another, whether it be a commercial lease, residential lease, contract to purchase goods or services, contract to provide goods or services, contract regarding the sale or purchase of real estate, contract for joint ownership of a business such as a shareholder agreement, limited liability operating agreement or partnership agreement, agency agreement, consulting contract, security agreement, loan agreement or contract relating to the joint ownership of real property, it is a legal document whether it is drafted by an attorney or a layman. The parties will be bound by their agreement as far is it is stated. If crucial terms are not stated in the contract, the parties may not be able to offer verbal testimony to prove the mutual intent of the parties and in some circumstance may be required to fall back on the custom and usage in the community to prove the parties’ unstated intent.


Since many of the cases brought by contracting parties stem from their agreement and are in the nature of breach of contract claims, it is critical to make sure when you enter into a contract with a party that you have stated all of the terms agreed upon which form the basis of your bargain. If you do not, you may find yourself in civil litigation due to a deficiency in the document itself. Although it is impossible to predict or even in some instances avoid a lawsuit, because the other party fails to perform or other factors occur that result in the necessity of court relief, by making certain that your legal documents such as the contracts you sign are in order, you reduce the possibility of a dispute arising from such agreements.


CIVIL LITIGATION: Final Thoughts...

If you have civil litigation claims or require representation to defend a civil case brought against you, the firm offers an initial consultation to discuss your matter. Although there is no fee for the initial consultation, you should not expect to receive legal advice until a retainer is entered into with the firm. The firm also encourages emails and phone calls if you have questions in connection with the need for legal representation for your civil litigation matter.