ShuffieldLowman Announces New Volusia Office and Names Attorney Raymond M. Donadio, Jr. Firm Partner
June 14, 2017
ORLANDO, Florida --- The law firm of ShuffieldLowman recently announced the addition of attorney Raymond M. Donadio, Jr. as a firm partner and also announced the opening of a satellite office in Port Orange, Florida. Raymond M. Donadio, agreed to merge Donadio Law Offices, LLC into the firm, while remaining as the principal attorney leading the Port Orange office for ShuffieldLowman. Donadio, a veteran attorney practicing more than 37 years and admitted to both the Florida and Ohio Bar Associations, brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in estate planning, probate, elder law and corporate and business law. Donadio stated, “I could not be more pleased to be joining ShuffieldLowman. The firm’s core values and commitment to providing excellent legal services and value completely align with the way I have practiced my entire career. I look forward to being able to leverage their resources and expanded areas of legal practice to better serve our community.” William R. Lowman, Jr., president of ShuffieldLowman, stated, "Ray is a perfect fit for the ShuffieldLowman team, bringing tremendous expertise, a passion for helping people and deep roots in Volusia County and the Port Orange community." ShuffieldLowman also welcomes Donadio’s office staff of six legal professionals. The new Port Orange location, along with offices in Daytona Beach and DeLand, augments ShuffieldLowman’s ability to provide legal services in Volusia County. ShuffieldLowman is a full-service law firm with five offices located in Orlando, Tavares, DeLand, Daytona Beach and Port Orange. The firm’s 40 attorneys practice in business law firm, practicing in the areas of corporate law, estate planning, real estate and litigation. Specific areas of practice include, association law, banking and finance, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, commercial and civil litigation, construction, corporate, estate planning and probate, fiduciary litigation, guardianship and elder law, intellectual property, labor and employment, land use and government, mediation/alternative dispute resolution, mergers and acquisitions, non-profit law, planning for high net worth families with closely held businesses, real estate, securities and tax advice and controversy.