At Nayee Law, all clients receive our 4-D approach: a decisive, diligent, determined and driven handling of your legal matter. Decisiveness ensures the right legal direction our firm will take on your behalf. Diligence, and nothing short of it, is applied to provide you with an in-depth analysis of your options to earn your confidence in our ability to handle your matter. Determination explains our approach to advocacy of your rights while staying focused on a favorable, even desirable result for you by understanding your concerns and providing effective and practical legal solutions. And lastly, the Drive behind our representation of our clients is a personal commitment to protecting your rights, keeping your dignity intact and going the extra mile to secure your peace of mind and satisfaction of service thereby alleviating what can be, at often times, the most stressful and trying times of your professional or personal lives.
Karan’s practice areas include civil, business and real estate litigation, mediations, family law, and a limited amount of immigration law. Karan began his career in 2010 as an associate attorney at a boutique law firm primarily representing bankruptcy trustees and fiduciaries in insolvency law and bankruptcy litigation. Thereafter, in 2013, Karan founded Nayee Law, P.A., while concurrently serving as Of Counsel for a small transactional firm to expand that firm’s litigation branch and add to its offered practice areas. Today, Karan focuses solely on Nayee Law’s local, national and international clients and his representation of individuals, families, and corporate entities of all sizes.
While providing aggressive and zealous representation, Karan navigates the complex litigation process to provide clients with a clear understanding of their options to litigate their cases through trial or negotiate favorable out-of-court, pre-trial settlements. He is also experienced advocating for his clients in court-ordered and private mediations. Karan is admitted to practice in all Florida state courts and in the federal courts of the Middle District of Florida.
In family law, Karan understands the emotional and financial stresses placed on clients going through a divorce and employs a no-nonsense collaborative approach to minimize the lasting effects of divorce on clients and their families. If this approach is not possible due to difficulties with hostile opposing parties, Karan will carve out aggressive litigation or settlement strategies to ensure that his client’s rights and dignity remain intact.
For immigration proceedings, having gone through both the employer-based and family-based immigration routes himself, and being personally able to relate to the difficulties of the immigration process, Karan strives to ensure that every proceeding he is involved in is as least intimidating as possible. Because these proceedings involve direct interaction with the government, he maintains both an informed and prepared position to address the particulars of the proceeding in support of clients and their legal statuses. Karan is fluent in Gujarati to assist a base of Indian clients and maintains appropriate staff to serve the needs of Spanish speaking clientele.
Karan has held various leadership positions with the South Asian Bar Association of Florida and is currently serving on its Board of Directors. In law school, Karan was a student attorney in a legal aid program that encompassed a 17-county area extensively representing indigent victims of domestic violence, and also assisted with immigration petitions for asylum seekers from war-torn countries in Africa. He was also recognized for his pro bono contributions in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and still maintains a small pro bono caseload to provide much needed assistance to the underprivileged and the indigent. He volunteers as a Hillsborough County Volunteer Attorney for the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial District and participates in Wills for Heroes, a program that prepares wills and legal documents for Tampa’s first responders.
Karan was born and brought up in Zambia, Central Africa, and studied in South Africa before coming to the United States in 2001. He is also an avid golfer.