By Kathy L. Collins

If you are looking for an attorney to represent you on issues such as divorce, custody and child support, you not only want an experienced attorney, but you also want someone who will be compassionate and treat you with respect. Michael C. McGinn of the Law Office of Michael McGinn is just such an attorney.

McGinn not only has the experience necessary to advocate on your behalf, but the compassion to never forget that at the very core of each case are people. “I take the time to listen to my clients and really get to know them as a person not just as a client,” said McGinn. “My advice for people looking for an attorney is do your homework, meet with a few attorneys before making a decision and make sure that you are comfortable with that attorney,” added McGinn.

McGinn is a sole practitioner who specializes in Family Law. His principal office is located in Brandon. “I think that people like the fact that I handle their case from beginning to end. I don’t have an associate that I hand the case to, I do the work. I take the time to listen to people, and I like to turn a bad situation into a good outcome for people,” explained McGinn.

McGinn is a native Floridian. He graduated from Chamberlain High School in Tampa and received his undergraduate degree from Florida State. He then went to work for U.S. Senator Bob Graham, both in Tampa and Washington, D.C. In 2000, he received his law degree from Stetson University College of Law where he graduated cum laude. He is a former Assistant State Attorney

McGinn is married with three children and is an active member of St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church in Brandon. McGinn recently relocated his practice to Brandon from Riverview. “I like the Brandon community because it feels like a small town. I like that it is very welcoming to families, our military community and independent business owners,” said McGinn.

The Law Office of Michael C. McGinn is located at 410 S. Ware Blvd., Suite 1035 in Tampa. Please visit his website at or call 374-0353.


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