Edmundo J. Lacayo


Miami, Florida

Edmundo Lacayo is a partner in Taylor English’s Real Estate Department. Based in South Florida, Mr. Lacayo focuses his practice on real estate law, business law, commercial litigation, probate administration, and estate planning. He regularly represents landowners, lenders, developers, investors, and both domestic and international corporate entities.

Mr. Lacayo has extensive experience representing clients in real estate and business law matters. He has represented multinational enterprises in complex secured transactions involving residential and commercial real estate. He previously served in the legal department of a Fortune 500 company. In this role Mr. Lacayo consulted on numerous legal and regulatory matters, including interacting with various international government bodies and agencies, as well as, drafting complex client, customer, supplier, and service agreements with multinational corporations.

Prior to joining Taylor English, Mr. Lacayo was a partner in a full-service law firm based in Florida. Mr. Lacayo is a Miami native and when he is not practicing law he enjoys music, basketball, and tennis.


  • American Bar Association
  • Coral Gables Bar Association
  • The Florida Bar, Real Property, Probate, Trust Law Section, Member
  • Florida Lawyer’s Network
  • Miami Beach Bar Association
  • Miami Dade Bar Association

Practice Areas

  • Business & Commercial Litigation
  • Business Entity Formation
  • Contracts
  • Corporate Governance
  • Estate Administration (Probate)
  • Litigation and Title
  • Real Estate


  • Suffolk University Law School, JD, 2014
  • Florida International University, BA, 2010

Bar Admissions

  • Florida


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