What is Cody & Linde, PLLC?

Cody & Linde, PLLC is a professional limited liability company organized and operated under Florida law. We have two offices.  Our main office is in Fort Myers, Florida at 12693 New Brittany Blvd., Fort Myers, FL 33907.  Our new office is at the Linde Professional Building at 2900 14th Street North, Naples, FL 34103 (by appointment only).  The Manager of the Company is Matthew A. Linde, a Florida Bar Board Certified attorney, and an expert in Wills, Trusts and Estates. 

 

Currently, the company employs several talented attorneys: LaDonna J. Cody,  Dominika Honish, Matthew A. Linde and Robin D. Merriman. The firm also employs several non-attorney support staff. One person you are likely to speak with is Lindsay Agnew.  Lindsay, pictured below, is very talented and genuinely cares about assisting you.  We also have two Florida Registered Paralegals, Michelle Loring, pictured in red below, and Dena Degarmo (stop back soon to see her smiling face).  Our office manager is A. Michelle Linde.  One of the attorneys is pretty fond of her. 

  

 

Mission Statement:

Cody & Linde, PLLC (the "Firm') relentlessly pursues perfection in the passionate and ethical practice of law. The Firm relentlessly pursues perfection. There is no finish line in the relentless pursuit of perfection. The Firm does not believe that it will ever attain perfection, but through the relentless pursuant of perfection in the passionate and ethical practice of law, the Firm believes that it will be judged by others to have obtained excellence. **


**This is taken and modified from a speech that Vince Lombardi first gave to the Green Bay Packers in 1959 when he took over as head coach. In the year before Vince Lombardi took over as head coach, the Packers had one (1) winand eleven (11) losses and were in danger of losing their franchise in the National Football League. Over the next nine years, the Packers never had a losing season and won five NFL championships including the first two Super Bowls. Three months after Vince Lombardi’s death in 1970, the Super Bowl trophy was renamed the Vince Lombardi Trophy. In part, this mission statement is a tribute to his professionalism, his relentless pursuit of Biblical ethics and Christian sanctification in his daily life, and the excellence he did obtain in his chosen field.

 

Matthew A. Linde
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