Barron & Redding was originally founded nearly fifty years ago as Fitzpatrick & Barron. Mr. Fitzpatrick left the firm in 1960 to serve as a Circuit Court Judge, and in 1969 the firm became Barron & Redding. Over the years the firm has continued to bring in dedicated, talented attorneys resulting in growth in expertise and services.
With all areas of law becoming more complex, each of our attorneys concentrates in narrow, interrelated practice areas. This allows for the development of valuable expertise and the provision of multiple high quality services to our clients. In the various practice areas, attorneys and staff work together as a team, each contributing their expertise as needed without needless duplication of time and services.
The firm employs well-qualified paralegals, legal assistants and administrative staff. Under attorney direction and supervision they perform services which enable us to represent clients economically and efficiently.
All attorneys in the firm have a strong sense of duty and commitment to the community in which they live and work, and the profession in which they practice. Members serve on various civic, religious, and charitable boards, and on sections and committees of the Florida Bar, the Board of Governors, and the Board of Bar Examiners.
With laws constantly being created, changed, and amended our firm is committed to the on-going process of legal education. Through our continuing legal education program we are consistently keeping abreast of the latest in legal developments in order to provide our clients with quality legal representation.
All of the firm’s lawyers are licensed to practice in the State of Florida. Ted Howell is licensed in the State of Alabama.
Barron & Redding is an active member of the Florida Law Network, an association of independent law firms located throughout the state. The FLN was formed to broaden the scope and improve the quality of the legal services its members provide, and to ensure that our clients receive quality, local legal representation if they require legal services in other parts of Florida. To learn more about the Florida Law Network, click here: www.flalawnet.com