Keathel Chauncey, Esq.

/Keathel Chauncey, Esq.
Keathel Chauncey, Esq.2016-04-11T20:54:20+00:00

Keathel Chauncey

Managing Attorney

Keathel Chauncey, Esq. is a founding partner at Fresh Legal Perspective. Keathel attended the University of South Florida and graduated from the Honors Program with Bachelors Degrees in Accounting, Finance, International Business, and Business Administration with minors in Spanish and Economics, and a Certificate in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. In 2006 he passed the Certified Public Accountant Exam and became a licensed CPA in Virginia. Keathel graduated from Stetson College of Law and passed the Florida Bar Exam in 2009. In 2010, he completed his Masters of Business Administration at USF. He also works as an adjunct instructor for the Masters of Business Administration program at the University of South Florida.

Keathel draws on his education and experience to proactively help clients with their legal needs, so they can dedicate their attention to running their business. He enjoys the opportunity to work with a variety of business owners and individuals. The diversity of his clientele – from local convenience store owners to international corporations – provides him with insights to create innovative solutions to any legal matter. Keathel believes there is much more to life than billable hours. He understand that to his clients time is precious and resources are limited. That is why he is committed to working closely with his clients to develop a plan that will provide them with cost effective legal representation.

Keathel strongly believes in giving back to his community. He has served as goodwill ambassador to Veracruz, Mexico, and he is an active supporter of the arts and a key partner and presenter at the Nonprofit Leadership Center of Tampa Bay.

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