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EUGENE (GENE) J. LA NEVE IS PROUD TO BE OF-COUNSEL TO ELDER NEEDS LAW, PLLC LOCATED IN DOWNTOWN DADELAND (SOUTH MIAMI / KENDALL AREA).
Eugene (Gene) J. La Neve graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a B.B.A. in business administration. He then rose through the Mergers and Acquisitions Department of a Midwest multi-bank holding company to become the company's Director of Regulatory Compliance, while attending law school at the University of Toledo College of Law.
Upon earning his Juris Doctorate of Law, Mr. LaNeve relocate to South Miami where he practiced state and federal litigation and business law for four years at a boutique firm in Coral Gables. In 2005, Mr. LaNeve relocated to Boca Raton and joined a firm in Ft. Lauderdale where he then became a partner two years later, the firm thereby taking the name, Golden & La Neve. Mr. La Neve added probate/estate administration, estate planning, and bankruptcy law, to his areas of practice and remained at Golden & La Neve until 2015, at which time he relocated his family to South Miami, the city for which he holds a special place in his heart.
Mr. La Neve is proud to be of-counsel to Elder Needs Law, PLLC while maintaining his outside practice sole at La Neve Law, P.A., located in downtown Dadeland (South Miami / Kendall area). He, his wife, and two children reside in Palmetto Bay.
Mr. LaNeve has a broad range of experience working with various not-for-profit organizations and devotes time to church and charitable activities.
Mr. La Neve previously served as a member of the Board of Directors of Florida Lawyers Legal Insurance Corporation, a prepaid legal insurance company. One of Mr. La Neve's most cherished experiences was ministry to the elderly and shut-ins, volunteer work as a guardian ad-litem, and various ministries to the homeless, including writing grants for nonprofit agencies conducting research, and providing shelter and aid to the homeless.
Mr. La Neve believes that these interests and experience provided the conduit for a natural progression toward the practice of elder law and now enjoys his added legal representation of the elderly, the disabled, and their caregivers.