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OUTRAGE: Turmoil at Gulf Coast Legal Services, A Foreclosure Warrrior Under Attack!

All across this country those who are defending the defenseless and the real vulnerable members of our population are being violently attacked.   It’s happened all across the state, and we’ve got a terribly, terribly awful example of those who support the goals of justice being attacked right here in our own community.

I have worked for years with Elizabeth Boyle and know her to be a tireless and passionate defender of the rights of all, and especially the rights of those in foreclosure.

Here is the most important fact:

Mullin took over the nonprofit Gulfcoast Legal Services in December. Before moving to Florida, she appeared as a legal consultant on television programs including ” The O’Reilly Factor,” ” Nancy Grace,” ” Doctor Phil” and other programs on CNN, FOX News and Court TV.

THIS IS AN OUTRAGE!   I respectfully request that all of you read the comments left below the story and leave your own comments:

ARASOTA – Elizabeth Boyle, the longtime head of Gulfcoast Legal Services’ Sarasota office, has been fired, four months after she filed a federal age discrimination complaint against the new executive director of the St. Petersburg-based nonprofit.

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Elizabeth Boyle, right, with Gina Ruiz, who was injured in a car crash.


Boyle, 54, says her firing stems from her refusal to drop a case involving a 29-year-old quadriplegic.

” I was told I was being disciplined because I had opened a case after being told to reject it,” Boyle said. ” This young, single mom needed help. I would make the same decision again.”

Boyle and other Gulfcoast attorneys provide free legal advice about foreclosures, family law “” including domestic violence and emergency protection orders “” paternity and child-custody cases, elder law, immigration and more.

The nonprofit has about 34 paid staff members and offices in five cities.

Boyle grew Gulfcoast’s Sarasota office into a legal powerhouse with the help of a few staff attorneys and more than a dozen experienced volunteers “” mostly retired lawyers who provided their legal expertise for free.



  • kelly says:

    Thanks for keeping attention on this great Lady’s fight to preform the duties her companies mandate put on her. Fighting for the defenseless and securing the unfortunates legal rights is a nobal cause. As Orlando Foreclosure Defense Attorneys it is our privaledge to represent those who are in a fight to save their home and livelihood. We hope that Gulf Coast comes to it’s senses and treats Elizabeth Boyle with the professionalism she deserves!

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