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Carlos’s experience in complex family law litigation and business background are invaluable assets when it comes to explaining the nuances of family law, utilizing strategic financial planning, and ultimately achieving a favorable resolution...
I am also a Florida Supreme Court certified mediator, am frequently appointed by the court as a Guardian ad Litem and am trained in collaborative law.
As an appellate attorney I...
Prior to becoming a criminal defense attorney, Letty established a name for herself as both a state and federal prosecutor. She began her service as a misdemeanor prosecutor at the Tarrant County District Attorney's Office but quickly moved up the prosecutorial ladder. Over the next decade, she served in almost every unit and division within the District Attorney's Office, including Juvenile, Crimes Against Children, Gang and Family...
Ms. Martinez attended the University of California-Berkeley where she earned a bachelor’s degree in U.S. History. After Cal, Ms. Martinez worked as a paralegal for several years in the areas of business litigation, antitrust, class-actions, and intellectual property.
Ms. Martinez attended the University of San Francisco, School of Law where she earned a Certificate of Concentration...
Law School: University of Chicago Law School, JD
College: University of Texas-El Paso, BA.
Professional Memberships: State Bars of California, New York, Texas, Massachusetts, Iowa and South Dakota; Member American...
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