Attorney Gale H. Moore graduated from Stetson University College of Law in St. Petersburg, Florida in 1993 and has practiced law in the Pinellas County community since that time. With a strong background in litiga...
Providing personalized service for all Marital & Family Law matters
The lawyer you choose to help you complete your divorce can resolve issues of custody or visitation rights, assist you in planning your estate or help you with a variety of other family law issues. The lawyer you choose can have a tremendous impact on the outcome of those matters. You need an attorney who is caring and sympathetic but also one who has extensive experience in the law, in the courtroom and in the community.
Attorney Gale H. Moore graduated from Stetson University College of Law in St. Petersburg, Florida in 1993 and has practiced law in the Pinellas County community since that time. With a strong background in litigation as a former Assistant Public Defender, Ms. Moore has the ability to protect the rights of clients in court, while at the same time providing her clients caring and compassionate service for emotionally charged family law cases.
"Law gives me the opportunity to truly make a difference in people's lives." - Gale Moore
Educating Clients About Their Rights Under the Law
When people know what to expect, they are able to prepare properly and have clear ideas about how to make responsible choices for the future.
Divorce, support and many other family law issues already have people upset and emotional. One of the best things that we can do as a law firm is to take much of the uncertainty out of the process by educating our clients about their rights under the law and by guiding them through the process with compassion.
Attorney Gale Moore is very involved in the local legal community. She is a member of the Tampa Bay Collaborative Law Group and the Canakaris Inns of Court (family law). She is on the Board of Directors for the Clearwater Bar Association. She has been appointed as a Guardian ad Litem and Juvenile Arbitrator for the Sixth Judicial Circuit in Florida. Additionally, she has been admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.
Attorney Gale Moore has established and maintained relationships not only within the legal field but also throughout the community.
Talk With an Attorney You Can Trust
Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation and learn more about our personalized service for family law matters in Pinellas County. Call the Law Offices of Gale H. Moore, P.A., in Largo at 727-584-2528.
Client Review for Ms. Gale H. Moore | January 08, 2018
I am very grateful for Ms. Moore’s legal representation in the areas of child custody and paternity. She is timely and responsive, compassionate, energetic and well grounded in Family Law. It meant so much to us to have her support in the pursuit of... Read more
I am very grateful for Ms. Moore’s legal representation in the areas of child custody and paternity. She is timely and responsive, compassionate, energetic and well grounded in Family Law. It meant so much to us to have her support in the pursuit of the best interests of our loved ones. I understand why she is so well-respected among her peers. Read less
Client Review for Ms. Gale H. Moore | May 04, 2017
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Client Review for Law Offices of Gale H. Moore, P.A. | September 25, 2012
Ms. Moore is extremely knowledgeable and accomplished my goals in the case quickly and efficiently. I highly recommend her office.
Ms. Moore is extremely knowledgeable and accomplished my goals in the case quickly and efficiently. I highly recommend her office. Read less
A Professional Association
Attorney Moore is a member of the Florida and Clearwater Bar Associations.
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