Loughlin Law, P.A. is a boutique law firm in Boca Raton, Florida, servicing clients in Broward and Palm Beach County.
Our mission is to provide extraordinary, compassionate legal services to our clients, treating every person we encounter with respect, and giving every client the friendly and personal treatment they deserve.
Attorney Nicole M. Loughlin earned her Juris Doctor from St. Thomas University School of Law, where she graduated Cum Laude and was among the top fifteen percent in her class. As an editor of the St. Thomas Law Review, Ms. Loughlin developed strong research and writing skills, which are invaluable to effective legal practice. Ms. Loughlin served as a judicial intern for a Senior United States District Judge and a United States Magistrate Judge for the United States District Court in and for the Southern District of Florida. She was awarded a pro bono commendation for contributing over three hundred (300) hours of pro bono work.
While in private practice, Ms. Loughlin has established a strong background in the areas of personal injury, estate planning, probate administration, community association law, real estate, and property insurance claims. Whether you’ve been injured in an accident or wish to protect your family through a carefully considered estate plan, Ms. Loughlin will create a legal strategy tailored just for you.
Message from Attorney and Founder, Nicole M. Loughlin
Hi, I’m Nicole Loughlin, attorney and founder of Loughlin Law, P.A., wife, mother, entrepreneur, lover of audio books and Disney vacations, and fierce advocate for my clients. My firm offers personal injury and estate planning legal services in South Florida.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, you need someone to walk you through the process, support and guide you, and ultimately fight for the recovery you deserve. We offer free consultations to those who have been injured, and you pay nothing unless we recover on your behalf.
I am passionate about helping people and families develop an estate plan that protects their loved ones and gives them peace of mind. As a mother with minor children, I understand both the importance and difficulty in selecting a guardian, and can guide and support you in making those tough decisions.
In Florida, a Lady Bird deed is an estate planning tool which can be used to avoid the probate of real property. The property is immediately transferred to the beneficial owner, a.k.a. remainderman, upon the death of the grantor/life tenant. …
A living will in Florida is a declaration regarding life sustaining procedures. Any competent adult may, at any time, make a living will or written declaration and direct the providing, withholding, or withdrawal of life-prolonging procedures in the event that …
Florida is pretty particular when it comes to the execution of testamentary documents. If a Florida will is not executed with certain formalities, it may be deemed invalid, which means the testator will be treated as if he or she …