Tayson Gaines

Tayson Gaines practices real estate litigation including but not limited to landlord tenant disputes, foreclosure defense, partition actions, quite title, and real estate contract disputes. 

Prior to attending law school Mr. Gaines worked for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington, DC. There, Mr. Gaines conducted financial analytics and data mining for the banking supervision department. Mr. Gaines also assisted with data continuity planning post 9/11. 

While attending the University of Miami School of Law, Mr. Gaines co-founded the law school’s Black Law Review. While attending law school, Mr. Gaines interned for the Florida Rural Legal Services which provided legal services for low incomes members of the community. Additionally, Mr. Gaines interned with the Fourth District Court of Appeal for the State of Florida and assisted with document review, case analysis and research. Mr. Gaines also interned with the 15th Circuit Public Defenders Office representing individuals who had been criminally charged by protecting their constitutional rights.

After graduating from law school, Mr. Gaines worked for a boutique law firm located in Fort Myers, FL in its civil litigation department. Mr. Gaines acquired his experience in real estate litigation by assisting with landlord tenant disputes and foreclosure defense. 

Mr. Gaines handles a wide variety of complex real estate litigation matters.Association


  • Top 40 under 40 award recipient in 2018 by Legacy Magazine

Bar Admissions

  • Florida Bar


  • Juris Doctorate (J.D.) University of Miami School of Law
  • Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), Florida A&M University
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Florida A&M University

Professional Associations and Memberships

Nisha E.
Bacchus Esq

Of Counsel to the Gaines Firm

Attorney Nisha E. Bacchus, a founder of Bacchus Law Firm, received her Juris Doctorate from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center.

While attending Nova Southeastern University, Ms. Bacchus was an active member of the American Trial Lawyers Association and earned a scholarship through The Florida Bar for her pro bono work throughout the community.

Ms. Bacchus ultimately graduated and received the prestigious Order of the Barrister’s Award for her trial advocacy skills. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Bacchus graduated with Honors from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and a minor in Forensic Science.

After earning her J.D., Ms. Bacchus passed the Florida Bar Examination and was subsequently admitted to practice in Federal Court in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Shortly thereafter, Ms. Bacchus started her own law practice, Law Office of Nisha E. Bacchus, P.A., and several years later co-founded Bacchus Law Firm and the Florida Women’s Law Center.

She now handles a wide range of complex family law litigation issues, criminal defense matters, corporate litigation cases, and personal injury claims.


  • 10 Best Family Law Attorney for Client Satisfaction, American Institute of Family Law Attorneys
  • 10 Best Personal Injury Attorney for Client Satisfaction, American Institute of Family Law Attorneys
  • Top 10 Family Law Attorney, Attorney and Practice Magazine
  • Top Attorney, Superb, Clients Choice Perfect 10.0 out of 10.0 rating, AVVO

Bar Admissions

  • Florida Bar
  • Federal Bar, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida


  • Juris Doctorate (J.D.), Nova Southeastern University, Davie, FL
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, minor in Forensic Science, with honors, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Florida Bar Association
  • Broward County Bar Association
  • Broward Association for Criminal Defense Lawyers
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