Destin Office

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Matthews & Jones, LLP
4475 Legendary Drive
Destin, Florida 32541
850.837.3662

Crestview Office

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Matthews & Jones, LLP
596 N. Ferdon Boulevard
Crestview, Florida  32536
850.682.6211

Niceville Office

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Matthews & Jones, LLP
323 John Sims Parkway SE
Niceville, Florida 32578
850.729.7440

The Florida Panther, the state animal of Florida, is powerful and cunning, an extraordinary animal that uses stealth and strength to prevail in a world of unexpected dangers. Like the untamed wild, the legal system can be perilous for the uninitiated. Experienced and familiar with the “jungles” of the law, the lawyers and staff at Matthews & Jones, LLP stand ready to guide you through the labyrinth of regulations, statutes and case law that comprise the justice system.

But these beautiful animals offer another, more universal message:

The range of the Florida panther once extended throughout Florida and the southeastern United States, but their diminishing habitat leaves only an estimated 50-70 in the wild, contained in a small swath of south Florida. These Florida “natives” are a poignant reminder of our home state’s natural gifts, and their plight is a cautionary tale for all who choose to live and work in Northwest Florida. Today, it is the area’s lifestyle that is the “endangered species.” We must be vigilant in the prudent development of this remarkable ecosystem, not to destroy the natural surroundings and lifestyle that drew us here in the first place.

For more information about the Florida Panther and field notes about ongoing efforts to reestablish this remarkable species, visit myfwc.com/panther/ and tallahasseemuseum.org/

Florida Panther climbs live oak tree