Real Estate Litigation Attorney
Juno Lazatin is an attorney with The Farah Law Firm. His practice is devoted primarily to civil litigation for both plaintiffs and defendants in real estate disputes. Since joining the firm, Juno has successfully represented our clients in a variety of matters ranging from evictions to adverse possession claims and property partitions.
Prior to joining the firm, Juno worked as an attorney for two successful personal injury firms, where he gained invaluable experience as a trial attorney. By doing so, he quickly developed a passion for litigation and joined The Farah Law Firm ready to advocate for our clients, from the beginning stages of a lawsuit all the way through to trial.
Juno is a proud graduate of Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law, where he was involved in both on- and off-campus advocacy competitions, as well as mentoring programs for international LLM students, 1L students, and the Dallas Kids Project. Prior to law school, Juno earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Arlington, where he was a member of the National Association for Business Economics and served president of the school’s martial arts club.
When not at work, Juno enjoys spending time with his wife, their two kids, and the family dog, cycling through his long list of hobbies, traveling, and occasionally recapturing his childhood with friends at local skate parks.