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Mr. Wallace is a south Florida native. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida (located in Orlando) in 2009. He then returned to south Florida where he attended and graduated from St. Thomas University, School of Law, in December 2012. While at St. Thomas, Mr. Wallace held the position of Articles Editor...
Clients come to Christi, often suffering financially and emotionally from handling employment discrimination, workplace harassment, and wrongful termination. She listens to their stories, determines best legal steps, and navigates the legal process on their behalf. Christi prides herself in being accessible to her clients, and she fights hard for their rights.
Christi earned her law degree from the Duquesne University School of...
Brian provides a full range of transactional and other corporate legal services to help clients, from startups and emerging technology companies to mature operating businesses. He is focused on establishing personal and meaningful relationships with business owners so that he may become a trusted member of their professional teams....
Mr. Wallace began his legal career in San Francisco working for several small firms. He moved to Los Angeles to join the firm of Grace, Neumeyer & Otto where he specialized in products liability actions representing Nissan and General Motors, as well as other product manufacturers. Mr. Wallace joined Sedgwick, Detert & Arnold in Los Angeles and continued his work representing major corporations and insurance carriers in complicated products liability and personal injury actions, as well...
Carolyn maintains a general law practice that includes both transactional and litigation components. On the transactional side, Carolyn assists clients with estate planning, real estate matters, reviewing and negotiating contracts, and other general transactional issues. Carolyn’s litigation practice focuses on defending physicians in medical malpractice cases. Carolyn particularly enjoys legal research and writing, and she routinely assists clients with appellate matters.
In her free time, Carolyn likes...
After graduating from law school, Amos served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Diane O. Leasure, former Administrative Judge for the Circuit Court for Howard County from August 2009 - September 2010. He was admitted to the Maryland bar in December 2009, Amos then joined Weinberg & Schwartz, L.L.C., as an associate in September 2010. In 2018, Mr. Whitney was made a Partner.
She can help with all your family law issues. From divorces involving a division of property and debts. Wither it’s an amicable (friendly, non-contentious) or a highly contentious divorce Jeanne B. Whitney will fight for your interests. If children are involved, Jeanne...
Whether you are in financial hot water because you lost your job, experienced a costly medical crisis, got a divorce, or you are just victim of circumstances beyond your control – I can get you back on your feet. I am not here to judge. What’s important isn’t how you got in the situation you are in, but getting you out and back to live the joyful life you are meant to live.
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