Attorney Profiles

Roland D. Waller

Roland D. Waller














Roland D. “Chip” Waller, a Board Certified Real Estate Lawyer maintains practices law in New Port Richey, Florida.  Mr. Waller graduated from Tennessee Technological University with a B.S. in accounting and obtained his J.D. degree from Mercer University, Walter F. George School of Law.

Mr. Waller’s dedication to the area of real property law, with an emphasis on commercial and residential real estate closings, is evidenced by the fact that he has handled more than 15,000 real property transactions.

His practice includes drafting of wills, handling estates, preparation, and administration of trusts, establishment of corporations and other business organizations, and real estate litigation with a primary emphasis on mortgage foreclosures representing various banking institutions as well as individuals.


Mr. Waller served as Chairman of the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar Association.  He began serving on the Executive Council in 1974, as Treasurer, Chair of the Liaison with Title Insurers Committee, and Director of the Real Property Division.  He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Florida Legal Education Association and Florida Lawyer’s Support Services, Inc. and is a Fellow of American College of Real Estate Lawyers.  His honors include Law & Politics' Florida Super Lawyers in 2007 and Florida Trend's 2007 Florida's Legal Elite.





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Jaleh Piran-Vesseh

Jaleh Piran-Vesseh













Jaleh Piran-Vesseh is an Associate Attorney at the Law Firm of Waller & Mitchell in New Port Richey, Florida.  Her primary practice areas consist of Foreclosure Litigation, Loan Modifications, Real Estate Law, Civil Litigation, Guardianship, Probate, and Estate Planning.  Jaleh currently serves the needs of clients throughout Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Hernando Counties.


Jaleh was born and raised in the Tampa Bay area graduating from H.B. Plant High School, Class of 2002.  Eager to expand her horizons and intrigued by the opportunity to learn in a diverse environment, Jaleh chose to attend Florida International University in Miami, Florida.  While earning her undergraduate degree, Jaleh participated in internships with the Hillsborough County Public Defender’s Office, as well as the Miami-Dade County State Attorney’s Office to broaden her knowledge of the law.  In 2006, she completed her undergraduate degree receiving a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a minor in Public Administration.


Jaleh received her Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, Florida in 2011.  While attending Law School, Jaleh worked as an intern studying the ins and outs of Employment Discrimination Law at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in Tampa, Florida.  Also while at Stetson, she had the opportunity to work as a Law Clerk at a large law firm whose central practice consists of Foreclosure Litigation and Creditors Rights Law.


Prior to joining Waller & Mitchell, Jaleh practiced in numerous counties throughout the State of Florida predominantly representing homeowners in mortgage foreclosure actions.


Since joining the Law Firm of Waller & Mitchell in January of 2013, Jaleh has been exposed to numerous cases and complex issues involving Elder Law, which has truly sparked an interest for her to serve this niche of clientele.  Jaleh believes that people at any age can benefit from Estate Planning.  Whether it be the decision to execute a Lady Bird Deed or a Durable Power of Attorney, the proper preparation empowers her clients to take control of their future today so that we may eliminate the worry of tomorrow.  Contact Waller & Mitchell today to set up an appointment with Jaleh to discuss all of your legal needs.



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