John Daniel Nyce ● Attorney and Counselor at Law ● Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 

John Daniel Nyce, Attorney at Law
Offices in Ft. Lauderdale & Boca Raton, Florida

 
Mr. Nyce holds a bachelor’s degree cum laude from the State University of New York, University at Buffalo (1970) (in Sociological and Anthropological Studies of Ancient Cultures & Religions) and a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Miami (1973). His biographical sketch was selected for inclusion in the prestigious Marquis Publications Who’s Who in America (since 2000). He was born on Sunday, September 7th, 1947 in York, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Newburgh, New York near where he eventually attended a post-high preparatory school for West Point. He has practiced law in the beautiful city of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida since 1974.

His biography also appears in the Marquis Who’s Who in the World (since 1987) and Marquis Who’s Who in American Law (since 1985) Furthermore, Mr. Nyce was a highly rated adjunct professor of undergraduate Business Law and graduate MBA International Business Law at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida where he had taught from 2000 through 2007.

     

Mr. Nyce’s general practice is concentrated in 9 areas of specialization:

This is the age of specialization in our profession and notwithstanding, I am in sole practice and I classify myself as a semi-general practitioner. Most firms departmentalize whereby the attorney can offer expertise in his one area of specialization only. However the general practitioner, or limited general practitioner, because of his broader base of expertise and experience, is usually best equipped to offer a wider range of advice in areas that may affect a client’s decision. Said another way, limited general practice attorneys are able to represent their clients with a comprehensive spectrum of advice because each major area of the law is usually interrelated and dependent upon other areas of the law. 

For instance, I have found it most helpful to clients to have a vast background and full working knowledge of real estate law when I prepare an estate plan or handle a divorce case. In a corporate law or family law matter, it is best to have a thorough background and working knowledge of litigation to be able to fully apprise the clients of their rights. When representing a person charged with a crime, it is best to have a comprehensive background on the civil law side to best advise the client of his or her future rights and considerations.

    

Areas of Specialization include:

  1. Trusts and Estate Planning (over $50 million planned assets and 300 wills) 

  2. Real Property Law (over 450 closings-$50 million issued title insurance) 

  3. Marital & Family Law (350 divorce cases) 

  4. Adoptions (500 adoptions and TPR’s) 

  5. Corporate Law (200 corporations) 

  6. Probate 

  7. Trial Law (over 800 non-jury commercial/family cases) 

  8. Ecclesiastical (Church) Law (serving 25 churches & ministries) 

  9. Criminal Law (now limited to misdemeanors, DUI & traffic) 

See Areas of Specialization for more information


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