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West Palm Beach Reinstatement & Readmission Procedures Attorney

Representing Lawyers in Reinstatement and Readmission Proceedings

At Pike & Lustig, LLP, our West Palm Beach reinstatement & readmission procedures attorneys have extensive experience representing attorneys in reinstatement and readmission proceedings. If you are a legal professional who has faced disciplinary action and/or you are preparing to apply for reinstatement to the Florida Bar, we are here to help. To schedule a confidential consultation, please call our West Palm Beach office or our Miami office right away.

Applying for Reinstatement/Readmission to The Florida Bar

Attorneys who have been suspended from the Florida Bar or who have been officially designated as “inactive” for reasons not related to misconduct have a right to apply for reinstatement or readmission. In Florida, these matters are handled pursuant to the Section 3.7.10 of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar. This rule establishes the criteria that must be met by attorneys who are seeking reinstatement or readmission to the Florida Bar. Notably, under the state’s professional rules, attorneys seeking reinstatement or readmissions are typically required to go through the complete screening process, including:

  • A comprehensive background investigation; and
  • Clearance of character and fitness requirements.

As a general rule, the reinstatement or readmission process will take several months. Though, the amount of time it can take will vary based on a number of different factors. When seeking readmission, attorneys must put together a well-prepared Petition for Reinstatement. If the petition is deemed to be incomplete or inaccurate, reinstatement is likely to be delayed or even denied outright. 

How We Can Help You Seek Reinstatement or Readmission

Our Florida bar reinstatement lawyers are standing by, ready to protect your rights. We have a thorough understanding of the reinstatement/readmission process and our legal team will make sure that you have satisfied all of the requirements needed to bring a successful petition and resume the practice of law. Among other things, our South Florida bar readmission attorneys are prepared to:

  • Carefully review your unique situation;
  • Answer your questions and explain your rights/options;
  • Gather all relevant documents, records, and evidence to build a strong claim;
  • Craft a compelling Petition for Reinstatement; and
  • Represent you in all legal proceedings before the assigned referee.

We offer personalized and sophisticated legal representation to every client. Our legal team will determine exactly what you need to do to get reinstated or readmitted to the Florida Bar and help you take the steps to fulfill those requirements.  

Get Help From Our West Palm Beach Legal Malpractice Defense Attorneys Right Away

At Pike & Lustig, LLP,  our Miami & West Palm Beach legal malpractice defense lawyers have the skills and experience to help attorneys get readmitted or reinstated to the Florida Bar. To learn more about what we can do for you, please contact us to set up a confidential initial consultation. With office locations in West Palm Beach and Miami, we represent lawyers in reinstatement and readmissions proceedings throughout South Florida, including in Fort Lauderdale, Homestead, Boca Raton, Hialeah, and Miami Beach.

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