The police report says Cantor, 66, fell from the 14th floor.
"He was a tremendously dynamic person who was wholeheartedly dedicated to his business, family and friends," said
"His sudden passing has shocked all of us who loved him and worked with him," Lopez said in an e-mail to the Herald. "He touched the lives of many all over the world."
Cantor, who started his law practice in 1984 -- "with just myself and a typewriter," he told the
He recently called the growth of
The firm he founded,
Cantor soon had a couple computers hooked to generators running, pulled together about 15 lawyers clad in shorts and polo shirts. They were there to dispense free legal advice to hurricane victims on how to handle landlord-tenant disputes, domestic conflicts and sundry insurance complaints.
"First-year law school stuff," he told the
Cantor, who traveled the world on business, loved
He was a tremendously dynamic person who was wholeheartedly dedicated to his business, family and friends. He touched the lives of many all over the world.
"Steve was an avid supporter of
Cantor was born in
Professionally, Cantor joined STEP in 1994, an organization that aids families in estate planning, and soon founded the STEP Miami branch, the first STEP branch in
I enjoyed working with him over the years and will miss not only our professional relationship but his friendship as well.
Cantor has also served on the board of directors of the
Cantor, who supported organizations including the
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