Building a rapport with clients is one of my favorite aspects of my work. I pride myself on bringing warmth and congeniality to every encounter to build a relationship on trust that clients value. I thrive on digging into the problem at hand and exploring it from all angles to develop the best solution. I get to the heart of an issue, and I engage with my clients to craft a solution using simple, persuasive language.
Will Grimsley advises clients on commercial litigation in state, federal, and appellate courts in Florida. He focuses primarily on representing financial services institutions (including banks, servicers, and lenders) in a wide variety of matters, including litigating consumer protection statutes (Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, or FDCPA, Telephone Consumer Protection Act, or TCPA, and others), as well as foreclosures, collections, bankruptcy actions involving mortgage and automobile lenders and credit card companies, financial restructuring, and commercial loan workouts.
Will also represents commercial landlords, members of the commercial real estate industry, and general contractors in construction contract disputes, leasing and landlord/tenant disputes, and other unique retail and commercial real estate matters in Florida.
Will has handled hundreds of contested real estate matters and other cases at the trial level, and particularly enjoys addressing nuanced legal points at issue in the appeals context. He has argued before the Florida Supreme Court.
Will relishes the creativity that practicing law affords. In his role as Co-Managing Member of McGlinchey’s Jacksonville and Ft. Lauderdale offices, he takes pride in mentoring other attorneys and devising high-level strategies to advance client interests.