Clients within the legal field sometimes require representation in various ethics or disciplinary matters. Even though a lawyer may be very skilled and experienced in his or her field, seeking outside legal representation is always a wise decision for several reasons. The objective view and independent judgment offered by an advocate in your disciplinary matter generally takes into consideration factors that you, as the legal professional, may be too subjectively involved with to consider. Another reason obtaining outside counsel is to your advantage is because proceedings in the legal ethics arena follow their own unique procedures. A different set of skills is required than most attorneys have developed, even though they may be extremely adept in criminal and civil proceedings.
At the Law Office of Young, Berman, Karpf & Gonzalez, P.A., our lawyers have become known as “lawyer’s lawyers” through our extensive experience representing attorneys and judiciaries in disciplinary matters. We represent legal clients facing disciplinary proceedings that involve possible outcomes of official reprimand, suspension or disbarment.
Our attorneys file reinstatement petitions for lawyers who have been disbarred or suspended and represent legal clients appearing for reinstatement before disciplinary or grievance committees, committees on character and fitness, and appellate courts.
Our firm represents legal clients in attorney admission and readmission proceedings before the Florida Bar of Examiners in license matters.
If you are a legal professional looking for skilled representation in disciplinary matters, The Law Office of Young, Berman, Karpf & Gonzalez, P.A. has very accomplished lawyers, who are not only preeminent in their own practices, but also very accomplished and experienced at representing clients in disciplinary matters. Please email or call our office at 305-945-1851to arrange a consultation.