1201 W. Highway 50, Clermont, FL 34711 | P: 352-394-7408

Merideth Nagel, P.A.


Merideth Nagel has been an attorney since 1997, finding value in helping clients navigate the often difficult legal roads of life and business, and forging relationships with them based on mutual caring and respect—relationships she hopes will last a lifetime. Merideth Nagel’s passion for law began when she saw firsthand how her uncle, the late Senator Richard Langley, made a tangible difference in people’s lives through his work as a lawyer. “This is what I want to do. I want to really help people”, she thought to herself. After graduating law school, Ms. Nagel began working with Florida Supreme Court Justice Barbara Pariente. Justice Pariente taught her so much about how to understand the law, “and more importantly, its impact on people.” She taught me that legal work is bigger than the law; it is about how the law can change people’s lives. After gaining experience with big name clients at the international law firm Holland & Knight, Ms. Nagel knew she needed to go back to her roots- a true Central Florida girl who grew up in Clermont. She wanted to work locally and “build up our community”, fighting for her clients’ legal needs while being there for them on a personal level.

Merideth founded her law firm in 2005, dedicated to “changing the world one client at a time.” True to this mission, Merideth has dedicated her time to helping her clients face whatever life throws at them, and assembling a staff of lawyers and employees dedicated to making a difference. Merideth and her team focuses their practice on real estate, estate planning, guardianship, probate, family law, business law, foreclosures and bankruptcies. 

Being a pastor’s wife, rearing three boys and running a thriving law practice keep her very busy. She is also very active in the community, serving in the past and presently on almost every profession and civic board and non-profit in the area. She strives to consider the needs and desires of all members of her community and to show love and grace to everyone, without exception.