Roddy B. Lanigan

Roddy B. Lanigan

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  • Florida
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Roddy B. Lanigan, a partner at Winter Park law firm Lanigan & Lanigan, P.L., counsels businesses and high net worth individuals on legal issues including appeals, white collar crime, real estate, civil and business, bankruptcy, securities and investment losses. Roddy Lanigan has a unique perspective on, and approach to, the delivery of legal services given the breadth of transactions in which he has participated for clients. Prior to starting Lanigan & Lanigan with his father, Roddy worked within the Financial Services Practice Group of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLC in Washington, D.C. At Skadden, he never worked on a deal with an asset value under a billion dollars and gained invaluable insights while working with the top financial lawyers and bankers in America. Roddy Lanigan brings a unique academic background to the practice of law. He graduated from England’s Cambridge University where he obtained an honors degree in Economic History. At Cambridge, Roddy was a guest researcher at the Bank of England, where his studies involved the macroeconomic impact of currency unions. In completing his work at Cambridge, Roddy was permitted access to Bank’s most sensitive historical materials and consulted with the foremost leaders within his chosen field of study. Roddy’s economics background fits well within his day to day practice in Orlando. He handles mergers, acquisitions, complex business restructurings or business workouts, bankruptcy, foreclosure defense, or economic crimes and gives clients the highest level of legal direction. Roddy considers the broadest scope of options and approaches available to resolve legal challenges. Roddy positions and negotiates legal transactions with thorough economics consultation and analysis. A part of his practice has involved work with financial institutions, some private investment funds and investment managers, and transactions involving leveraged finance. Roddy is familiar with the co

Practice Areas
  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Law
  • White Collar Crime
  • Real Estate Law
  • Appeals & Appellate
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Florida
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Education
University of Mississippi
J.D. (2007) | Law
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University of Cambridge
M.A. (2002) | Economics History
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University of Virginia
B.A. (1998) | American Colonial History & Economics
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Professional Associations
Florida State Bar # 0041331
Member
Current
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Websites & Blogs
Website
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Blog
Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Mortgage Workouts
Videos
attorney Roddy Lanigan explains the adversarial process in probate where a will is contested by a loved one or a family member.   Occasionally a will is contested and this is called an adversarial probate process which is essentially a lawsuit in the probate proceeding.   Adversary actions are generally brought when an interested family member or contestant challenges the validity of a will based on undue influence exerted over the person making the will. Lack of testamentary capacity or the soundness of mind of the person making the will, or fraud.  When you have an issue with a loved one's will, it's important to interview attorneys and to ask their experience. Interpretation of the law and its application comes from having practiced in the probate process.Florida's Adversarial Probate Process

attorney Roddy Lanigan explains the adversarial process in probate where a will is contested by a loved one or a family member. Occasionally a will is contested and this is called an adversarial probate process which is essentially a lawsuit in the probate proceeding. Adversary actions are generally brought when an interested family member or contestant challenges the validity of a will based on undue influence exerted over the person making the will. Lack of testamentary capacity or the soundness of mind of the person making the will, or fraud. When you have an issue with a loved one's will, it's important to interview attorneys and to ask their experience. Interpretation of the law and its application comes from having practiced in the probate process.

Winter Park, Florida) bankruptcy lawyer Roddy Lanigan of Lanigan and Lanigan has been practicing Florida law since 2007. Roddy says that the No. 1 myth in bankruptcy is that you can't build your credit or get credit for eight years.   Roddy explains that in bankruptcy there are several issues that come up all the time over and over again. He tells clients that there are many ways to rebuild credit after filing bankruptcy.   Roddy said that some of his clients who have filed bankruptcy have built their credit score up to 700 after less than two years from having filed bankruptcy.No. 1 Myth in Bankruptcy - Florida Lawyer Roddy Lanigan

Winter Park, Florida) bankruptcy lawyer Roddy Lanigan of Lanigan and Lanigan has been practicing Florida law since 2007. Roddy says that the No. 1 myth in bankruptcy is that you can't build your credit or get credit for eight years. Roddy explains that in bankruptcy there are several issues that come up all the time over and over again. He tells clients that there are many ways to rebuild credit after filing bankruptcy. Roddy said that some of his clients who have filed bankruptcy have built their credit score up to 700 after less than two years from having filed bankruptcy.

Roddy Lanigan and Eric Lanigan, partners at Lanigan and Lanigan, P.L., talk about the fact that it's a lawyer's job to negotiate a case and resolve it before having to go to court. Litigation is expensive and if it comes to that, then you want to have the best attorney possible fighting for you.Eric Lanigan and Roddy Lanigan Winter Park Florida Attorneys

Roddy Lanigan and Eric Lanigan, partners at Lanigan and Lanigan, P.L., talk about the fact that it's a lawyer's job to negotiate a case and resolve it before having to go to court. Litigation is expensive and if it comes to that, then you want to have the best attorney possible fighting for you.

Contact & Map
Lanigan and Lanigan
831 W Morse Blvd
Winter Park, FL 32789
USA