Welcome to Jacobs Keeley, PLLC South Florida’s premier law firm located in downtown Miami. We are a full service law firm practicing in primarily in Debt Defense & Criminal Defense. Both partners, Bruce Jacobs and Court Keeley are former Miami-Dade County prosecutors and former bank lawyers. Together, they have over 100 trials between them.
The senior partner, Bruce Jacobs, spent years representing banks in foreclosures. In 2008, Bruce decided to focus his practice on helping homeowners and traveled the country attending seminars to train on cutting edge legal strategies. Court Keeley left the Miami-Dade County State Attorneys office after 7 years handling a variety of criminal cases including capital murder cases, sexual battery and complex fraud. He also worked in various specialized divisions such as the Career Criminal/Robbery Unit, the Human Trafficking Task Force and the Gang Strike Force.
The dedicated team of Miami trial attorneys and consumer rights advocates at Jacobs Keeley fight shoulder to shoulder with a national movement who train using cutting edge legal strategies and share information and litigation tactics in real time.
- Foreclosure Defense
- Stages of Florida Foreclosure Defense
- Criminal Defense
- Commercial Litigation
- Real-Estate Litigation
- Debt Defense
- Consumer Rights
- Victim Representation
- Civil Litigation
- Wage Theft
- Did Your Bank Lie
- FDCPA, TCPA, RESPA and TILA violations
At Jacobs Keeley, we stand with the consumer in South Florida. And we are ready to fight. Negotiate from Strength! Call us today.
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- Report: Homeowners Facing Foreclosure Get Little Help From HAMP The Home Affordable Modification Program, or HAMP, was introduced by the Obama Administration in 2009 as a lifeline for homeowners who were drowning.
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