Mr. Goggin manages litigation cases from inception through resolution, including developing solutions tailored to the needs of individual clients and engineering case strategies through pleadings, discovery and motion practice to prepare each case for success.
Mr. Goggin is also responsible for advising and representing clients on landlord and tenant litigation, as well as real estate transactions. He assists with post-
judgment garnishment and attachment matters and drafts commercial and residential lease agreements. He also advises clients on community association law and develops declaration and restriction enforcement strategies for community associations.
Mr. Goggin feels that it is important to remember that clients are people as unique as the histories that define them. All of his clients come to him with nuances, forged by a lifetime of experiences that set each apart from anyone else. He takes the time to learn not just what each client wants, but who each client is, tailoring his approach to each person’s unique needs. In doing so, he earns trust and sets the foundations for long-lasting, meaningful relationships.
Mr. Goggin considers his greatest professional accomplishment to be the first time a judge singled him out in court to ask for the answer to a legal question. Mr. Goggin had no involvement with the case and was simply observing from the benches. The fact that a judge had a high enough opinion to call on him as an independent legal resource has stuck with him to present day.
Mr. Goggin provides pro bono services for a myriad of needs, including eviction defense, landlord tenant issues, contractual issues, debt collection, personal injury defense, mortgage foreclosure defense, contract indebtedness defense, adoption and temporary child custody.