Our Practice

Noble Law Firm, P.A. handles a variety of legal matters, including, but not limited to:


Many clients come to the Noble Law Firm thinking that their only option is to file a Bankruptcy. However, many times Bankruptcy is not the best option. The state of Florida offers a great deal of protection to its residents. Florida Statute 222, titled Homestead and Exemptions, enumerates the various properties and other assets that are 100% protected from creditors. Read More ≫

Personal Injury

As more and more vehicles crowd Florida’s roads and highways, motorists and pedestrians face an increased risk of personal injury as a result of negligent driving. Motor vehicle accidents can cause serious injuries resulting in permanent disability, even wrongful death. Read More ≫


The Noble Law Firm assists individuals in filing both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. In 2005 the Bankruptcy Code drastically changed and now one has to qualify to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If one is facing many debts including credit card debts and deficiency judgments, bankruptcy may be the best option. Read More ≫

Commercial Litigation

The Noble Law Firm handles business litigation including contract disputes, entity dissolutions, employer-employee relation disputes and commercial torts throughout the state of Florida. We have represented both plaintiffs and defendants in all aspects of business litigation. Read More ≫


The Noble Law Firm has extensive experience representing owners, general contractors, subcontractors and homeowners in construction disputes. Our experience ranges from small lien claims to million dollar construction defect cases. Read More ≫

Estate Planning

At the Noble Law Firm, we understand it is difficult to think about death or disability, however, establishing an estate plan can help protect your family from the delay and frustration associated with managing your affairs when you pass away or become disabled. Read More ≫


If you are facing foreclosure, it is in your best interests to hire an experienced foreclosure attorney. The Noble Law Firm handles residential foreclosures all across the state of Florida. With an experienced foreclosure attorney, a foreclosure may take up to several years. Read More ≫


Many regulations apply to the terms of loan modifications of homes and modifications are regulated by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). These rules determine what fees can be included, the amount of the interest rate, what information is used to set the terms of the modification. Read More ≫


Many lenders will offer borrowers short sale options. Short sales could be beneficial to you because it may not affect your credit as much as a bankruptcy or a foreclosure. Furthermore, short sales offer some closure to borrowers so they can move forward with their lives as opposed to a long foreclosure process. Read More ≫


Premises liability is a term used to describe the legal responsibility that a landowner and occupiers of a property have for injuries and accidents that occur on their property. Premises liability claims can be filed for a variety of reasons. For example, slip and fall and dog bite claims are common. Read More ≫
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