Wright & Casey represents owners, contractors, subcontractors, sureties, suppliers, and design professions in all aspects of private and public construction projects, including contracts.

Litigation & APPEALS

Wright & Casey recognizes that the first consideration for any client contemplating litigation should be avoidance. The cost of litigation financially and mentally can be tremendous.

Real Property Law

Wright & Casey can represent you in all matters related to the purchase, sale, leasing, development, title insuring, and financing of residential and commercial real property.

Business Formation & Transactions

Whether you have an existing business or want to start one, Wright & Casey is experienced in assisting its clients with issues that arise.

Estate Planning & Probate

Wright & Casey is experienced in helping our clients plan for the inevitable and the unexpected with regard to the disposition of their property.

Mediation & Arbitration

Attorneys R. Brooks Casey and Frank X. Rapprich are certified by the Florida Supreme Court to conduct Circuit Civil mediations. The firm is also capable of conducting electronic mediations via video conferencing software such as Zoom, Skype, or Microsoft Teams.

Condominium & Homeowner Associations

Wright & Casey represents Condominium and Homeowner Associations with all aspects of governance and operations including document amendments, collections, and enforcement.

Land Use and Development

Florida has various state and local government development regulations and land use laws that impact approvals and permitting of a project, including governmental lobbying, tax and incentive programs, and administrative proceedings.


Tom practices primarily in the area of real property law, including commercial and residential transactions and litigation, and survey, title, title insurance, boundary, easement and riparian rights issues.

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Brooks focuses on representing clients in all aspects of dispute resolution. Specifically, he practices in the areas of complex commercial litigation, real estate litigation, construction litigation in Florida.

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Erin practices in the areas of Bankruptcy, Corporate Business Law, Real Estate, and Association Law. Her Real Estate practice involves negotiating commercial and residential real estate purchases.

Erin E. Wollett

Joshua is a native Floridian, New Smyrna Beach resident and his practice focuses on commercial and residential real estate matters, estate planning, probate, and trust law, as well as land use, and business.

Joshua C. Wells

Bert’s practice focuses on commercial and civil litigation, including contract and construction disputes, corporate and employment issues, and matters involving real property and land use.


Barbara’s practice is focused on general civil litigation, contract law, and community association law. Barbara earned her juris doctor degree in 2010 at the University of Oklahoma College of Law.

Barbara C. Reid

Richard was admitted to The Florida Bar in 1987 and began his litigation practice with Maguire, Voorhis & Wells, P.A. in Orlando, Florida. In 1993, he founded a multi-lawyer litigation practice in Orlando and managed the firm until joining Wright & Casey, P.A. in 2021, as of-counsel. Richard has litigated, arbitrated and mediated a wide range of plaintiff and defense matters throughout Florida and the United States.


Frank is an experienced commercial litigator, focusing on contract and construction disputes, as well as lawsuits involving business transactions, corporate matters and real estate. Frank is also on the AAA panel of arbitrators and he is also on the list of arbitrators for the Florida Circuit Courts in Volusia, Brevard and Seminole Counties.


Mark P Cressman is an experienced civil trial lawyer and counselor-at-law who concentrates his practice in the areas of personal injury, medical, and professional liability cases. 

Mark P Cressman

Sean is a native Floridian. His practice focuses on land use, business and corporate matters , as well as commercial and residential real estate matters, estate planning, probate, and trust law. Mr. O’Toole graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from Boston College in 2003 and received his JD from Vanderbilt University Law School in 2010, where he completed the Law and Business certificate program. 

Jeff graduated cum laude from Barry University School of Law in 2006, then earned his LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Florida in 2007.  His practice includes business litigation and transactions, tax controversy for individuals and businesses, tax planning for businesses and individuals, and he is Certified Circuit Mediator.