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Meet the Attorneys

Matthew D. Weidner

Founder of the Law Firm

Matt Weidner was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1999 and has since been practicing civil litigation representing clients in foreclosure actions, consumer and commercial finance transactions and civil litigation.


Jason M. Kral

Associate Lawyer

Mr. Jason Michael Kral focuses his practice on real estate litigation, complex civil litigation, corporate law, and estate planning. He is experienced in all levels of trial practice and focuses a significant amount of time in litigating…


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WeidnerLaw Challenges the use of Senior Judges

In the petition filed this week, the attorneys argued that any foreclosure “crisis” has abated and requested that the Supreme Court review the constitutional issues involving senior judges.

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Gov. Rick Scott agrees to pay $700,000 to end lawsuit

Scott and the Cabinet in June agreed to pay $55,000 to St. Petersburg lawyer Matthew Weidner, open government advocacy groups and several media organizations, including the Tampa Bay Times …

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Crusading attorney's work for the "people's business"

Weidner has been called a “Crusading Attorney” who has dedicated his life to serving the interest of citizens and this community.

​Among the first lawyers to carve out a niche defending homeowners caught in the housing bust, his success brought him to the attention of New Yorker staff writer George Packer, who profiled Weidner’s impassioned advocacy in his 2013 book The Unwinding.

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Woman faces lawsuit after parents’ reverse mortgage bites back

8 On Your Side’s Better Call Behnken. Attorney Matt Weidner looked through the court file and said Proulx and the bank made mistakes after the death of her parents. She should have contacted the bank and made sure the home was sold, Weidner said, because she likely would have received money from the sale.

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