Travis R. Walker – Founder and Managing Attorney
Travis R. Walker, Esq. is the founder of The Law Offices of Travis R. Walker, P.A. Travis is a graduate of Port St. Lucie High School, Indian River Community College, Florida Atlantic University, and Florida Coastal School of Law. Travis practices real estate law and civil litigation. He also provides consulting regarding governmental affairs and public policy. Travis found his inspiration to practice law from his involvement in public service and charities. His participation had allowed him to gain exposure towards service-oriented lawyers, and due to this, he has now been practicing law for ten years.
Travis is an active member of the community where he has served on the Economic Growth Team of Port St. Lucie, the Planning and Zoning Board of Port St. Lucie, the St. Lucie County Boys and Girls Club, United Way of St. Lucie County, the Port St. Lucie Area Council for the St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce and the St. Lucie County Education Foundation. He also served as a judge for the 19th Judicial Circuit of Florida Teen Court, the City of Port St. Lucie Police Department Youth Court, and the St. Lucie County Young Floridian Scholarship. Travis is a past president of the Port St. Lucie Bar Association. He was a Rotarian and served as Treasurer with the Port St. Lucie Sunset Rotary Club. He is also a former board member of the St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce (and its Governmental Affairs Committee), the St. Lucie County Business Alliance for Prosperity, and for the Medical Liaison Committee for the St. Lucie County Bar Association. Travis has been selected on three separate occasions to serve on the Service Academy Panel for the 18th Congressional District of Florida. He also has served as a Law Clerk for First District Court of Appeal Jurist Philip Padovano. Travis is a member of the Florida Bar, the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida, and the Washington State Bar.
Travis currently serves as a board member of the Hibiscus Children’s Center. He is a member of the Major B. Harding Inn of Court and the St. Lucie County Economic Development Council. His favorite quote is, “The Man in the Arena,” by Theodore Roosevelt, and, “Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding” -Proverbs 3:5.
Travis and his wife, Anissa, are the proud parents of Travis Jr. and Abigail. He has ran with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, and enjoys traveling to national parks, golfing, skiing, and dining at Michelin star restaurants as well as locations featured on Man v. Food. He is a huge fan of the band U2, but has interest in a wide variety of music. He enjoys any movies starring Daniel Day-Lewis, as well as the movie Good Will Hunting. While growing up, Travis wanted to be a paleontologist.
Our office offers free consultations to prospective clients, providing you with the opportunity to meet with our team and see how our office can serve your legal needs.
The Best Lawyer, Period!
Normally, dealing with attorneys is not a pleasant experience. Boy was my mind changed when I met Mr. Walker. His professionalism is unparalleled and his explanations are simple, broken down versions of what the legal syntax and diction are. I highly recommend Mr. Walker to anyone searching for an attorney. His firm works very expediently…
My case was regarding employment law. Travis Walker handled my case professionally and efficiently and effectively in a very short time. I am very grateful for a kind compassionate lawyer.Anonymous
Mr. Walker was a God-send for enforcing my divorce judgement. Travis managed to accomplish in 2 months what another attorney failed to complete in 2 years. He and his team are insightful, professional, and proactive. I highly recommend Mr. Travis Walker, and wish I had found him prior to my divorce.Jenny
Professional, Quick response, Attention to Details
We required a commercial lease to be review with little no notice Travis and his team took the time to review each section of the lease and reword it to help protects our rights. (Not just the landlords) Travis was able to convince them to remove several sections of the lease that were unreasonable.Scott