Robert G. Churchill, Jr., Esq.
Bachelor of Science, Florida State University, 1999
Juris Doctor, Florida State University College of Law, 2002
Robert Churchill has spent his legal career defending clients' interests in civil lawsuits. He began his legal career working for a Tallahassee, Florida civil litigation law firm defending doctors and other health care providers in medical negligence lawsuits. There, Mr. Churchill learned the practice of civil litigation working on complicated and contested legal issues with and against some of the best attorneys in Florida. In 2006, Mr. Churchill opened the Law Office of Robert G. Churchill, Jr., and focuses his practice on the protection of Florida consumers in unfair debt collections, debt settlement negotiation and debt lawsuit defense, tenant rights in landlord-tenant relationships, bankruptcy protection, and consumer claims involving unfair or deceptive business practices.
As a member of The Florida Bar, Mr. Churchill is admitted to practice law in all Florida Courts. He is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida. He has represented clients in hundreds of civil cases and controversies, and has experience in administrative, civil trial, and appeal proceedings, and county and small claims matters. Mr. Churchill served for 6 years on the Florida Bar Association's Small Claims Rules Committee until his term expired in 2014, for which he received the Florida Bar’s Certificate of Meritorious Service to the Legal Profession.
Mr. Churchill is a sought after speaker, and has taught other attorneys and paralegals in Florida Bar- accredited CLE (continuing legal education) courses on defending consumer collection matters and landlord-tenant law.
Omaira P. Dauta, Esq.
Bachelor of Arts, Florida Atlantic University, 2006
Juris Doctor, Florida A&M University College of Law, 2014
Omaira Dauta began her legal career long before attending law school as a paralegal and office manager for a busy bankruptcy-focused law practice, where she became well-acquainted with the processes of bankruptcy and civil litigation, dealt with clients extensively, and finally decided to go to law school. She then worked full time at another law office as a civil litigation assistant while attending law school at night. She now defends debtors and homeowners in debt settlement negotiations, collection lawsuits, foreclosures, and bankruptcy protection.
As a member of The Florida Bar, Ms. Dauta is admitted to practice law in all Florida Courts. She is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court and Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida, and the United States District Court and Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Florida.