In 2008 Mr. Grigaltchik founded the firm, and from the beginning sought to establish himself as an attorney for the business owner or entity. In the legal landscape around him, he saw many professionals practicing in various areas of law, but very few that could provide a business owner or entity the advice they would need from formation to dissolution.
Added to this, he held, and continues to hold, a personal belief that the business owner or entity is the heart and soul of the economy, and as such, business owners or entities should not be deterred or hampered in anyway, at any stage in the legal process, but rather helped to succeed. With these thoughts in mind, he sought to provide the business owner or entity such a service that would not only help them legally function, but to be ready for growth and development in their business.
David Grigaltchik, Esq.
Mr. Grigaltchik graduated from Florida Coastal School of Law, and now practices in the area of business, bankruptcy and probate law. He helps businesses and people with business formations “from the simplest to the most complex, which includes professional entities” as well as mergers and acquisitions, transactions, litigation, bankruptcy, debt-relief, probate, asset protection, trusts and estate planning. He has worked with multiple clients, in and from multiple countries, and in multiple different fields and areas of business.
Boris Galustov, Esq.
Mr. Galustov was born in Baku, Azerbaijan. His family originally immigrated to the Northeast Florida area in the early 1990s, and he has lived here since then. He is a graduate of the University of North Florida, and Florida Coastal School of Law. He now practices in the area of family and probate law, and litigation.
Robert Wilbert, Esq.
Mr. Wilbert received his B.A. in History from Salisbury University in 1987 and his J.D. from Ole Miss in 1990. He then received an LL.M. in Admiralty from Tulane University 1991.