Christopher M. Sprysenski, Esq. practices in a wide range of areas impacting the families of Central Florida, including divorce and spousal support, child support, child custody and timesharing, and representing families facing foreclosure and collection related activities. Attorney Sprysenski also utilizes his decade of experience providing consulting services for world-class organizations in assisting clients with complex civil and commercial matters.
Attending Lake Mary High School, Attorney Sprysenski is a native Floridian, residing in Orlando since 1985. Attorney Sprysenski graduated in 2000 from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Decision and Information Sciences. After completing his undergraduate education, Attorney Sprysenski provided consulting services across a variety of industries with Pricewaterhouse Coopers and Hewitt Associates, LLC, now Aon Hewitt.
Determined to pursue his dream of practicing law, Attorney Sprysenski worked full time during his law school career, financing his education himself. Attorney Sprysenski graduated in 2009 from the Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law, receiving the prestigious “book award” for receiving the highest grades in the following academic sections: Legal Research and Writing in 2006, Conflicts of Law in 2008, and Lawyers and Social Justice in 2008. During law school, Attorney Sprysenski sat on the board of directors of the Seminole County Young Lawyers Division, as well as the Seminole County Bar Association.
During his practice, Attorney Sprysenski continues to dedicate himself to excellence in the legal community, currently serving as President of the Seminole County Young Lawyer’s Division. Attorney Sprysenski also actively participates in the Seminole County Bar Association and Orange County Bar Association, and has been nominated to participate in the prestigious Voile A. Williams American Inns of Court for the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 membership years.
Attorney Sprysenski was honored to become a named partner in Salfi & Sprysenski in 2011.