Aileen Torrens graduated with honors from her law school class and was a member of... more
Aileen Torrens graduated with honors from her law school class and was a member of law review. Her clients benefit from her drafting and research skills, as well as her effective courtroom advocacy. Mrs. Torrens worked as a CLI for the Florida State Attorneys Office and has worked for firms specializing in Litigation. Mrs. Torrens dedicates her practice to foreclosure defense, family law, and c... view profile
Omar Arcia graduated with honors from Florida State University in Tallahassee,... more
Omar Arcia graduated with honors from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida with a degree in Psychology. Mr. Arcia then attended Florida State University Law School, from which he graduated in 1995, and where he proudly served as President of the Spanish American Law Students Association, was selected to be a member of the Florida State University Law Review as well as the Journal of... view profile
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