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Facing criminal charges, domestic abuse allegations or a breakdown in your marriage are difficult situations that will affect your future. Facing difficult family law challenges or criminal charges should not be taken lightly.

The most dramatic personal crisis of your life may have begun with your criminal arrest or the breakdown of your marriage. It is only natural to feel frightened by the prospect of fighting to protect your rights. However, you don’t have to go through this alone — Ian F. Mann, P.A., can help guide you through the process and aggressively protect your rights along the way.

Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:

  • Divorce
    • Child Custody
    • Paternity Litigation
    • Property Division of Complex Assets
    • Alimony
  • Criminal Law
    • DUI
    • Burglary & Theft
    • College Students
    • Domestic Violence
    • Sex Crimes
    • White Collar Crime
    • Felonies & Misdemeanors
    • Drug Crime Defense
    • Juvenile Defense
    • Stalking And Electronic Harassment
    • Violent Crimes
    • Weapons Crimes

Call 239-350-3100 today to arrange your free initial consultation.

Attorney Ian F. Mann

Bar Admissions:

  • Florida
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida


  • Nova Southeastern University - Shepard Broad College of Law
    • J.D., 1994

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