Aerial view of Aloia Roland’s new downtown building

Southwest Florida law firm, Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan moved into its new building in downtown Fort Myers the summer of 2019. The 2222 Second Street stand-alone building is steps away from the Lee County Justice Center, City Hall and is in the heart of downtown. Senior partners Frank J. Aloia, Ty Roland, Evan Lubell, and Jack Morgan have taken another step in their commitment to their clients and community.

“Moving into a brand-new building is a landmark occasion in our firm’s 15-year history. The expansion represents our various successes, especially the development of thriving new practice areas,” Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan senior partner, Frank Aloia, Jr. “We’ve expanded our team of first-class attorneys, doubled the size of our talented support staff and created an environment to represent our firm.”

The 6,500-square-foot building has historic roots, opening in 1951 as the original Fohl’s Hardware. Completely renovated and modernized, the law firm boasts a sophisticated Florida style with state-of-the-art technology, fresh new interiors, multiple meeting spaces and offices, community gathering spaces, an outdoor terrace and a 28-space private parking lot for clients and staff.

“We’re incredibly proud to welcome our clients to our new location and believe it will improve our level of service. Furthermore, improving the vibrancy of downtown Fort Myers is part of our mission and we look forward to our future,” said senior partner, Ty Roland.

Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan, PLLC is a full-service law firm with practice areas in business and real estate law, commercial litigation, personal injury law, civil law, family law and trusts and estates. Established in 2004 by Frank Aloia, Jr. and Ty Roland, the firm has deep roots in Southwest Florida, proudly serving its community with eight attorneys and more than 20 support staff. To learn more, call (239) 791-7950 or visit LawDefined.com.

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