Carlos Arias was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2004. Mr. Arias is also admitted to... more
Carlos Arias was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2004. Mr. Arias is also admitted to practice in federal court in the Northern, Southern and Middle Districts of Florida. Mr. Arias has experience handling general litigation matters and has practiced in Clayton McCullohs Litigation Department handling such matters as eminent domain, lien foreclosure, mortgage foreclosure, bank... view profile
I am very active in the community. I am on the PTA and a class mother for both of my... more
I am very active in the community. I am on the PTA and a class mother for both of my children. I help with food drives for JFS and am active with CRJ. I enjoy tap dancing and travelling with my family in my spare time. I am an advocate for children and volunteer anually at Teach In. I am a Guardian Ad Litem assiting children while they are in crisis. I am a member and and on the board of ... view profile
I was born in Temple, Texas to two wonderful parents. As the son of a military... more
I was born in Temple, Texas to two wonderful parents. As the son of a military chaplain, I traveled with my family in my younger years and grew up in Orlando, Florida. I have lived in Orlando for over 20 years now and I am proud to call this great city home. I currently live in East Orlando with my beautiful wife Amanda and our two Chow Chows, Kumo and CoCo. I am fluent in both Spanish and E... view profile
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