Christina L. Sandvoss was born in Ravenna, Ohio and attended elementary through high school in Kent, Ohio. I received my undergraduate degree in communications from the University Of Toledo, in 1992. I subsequently attended Ohio Northern School Of Law in Ada, Ohio from 1993 until graduating in 1995. I then relocated to St. Petersburg and have been residing in Florida for the last twenty years.
I have been actively involved with child welfare since 1999 and have served as a child investigator, prosecution of cases as well as defense of child abuse cases in the State of Florida.
I became a solo practioner on July 1, 2005 and has been practicing Family Law including matters of divorce, child support, child custody, domestic violence injunction, stepparent and adoption as well as private dependency law including termination of parental rights since that time.
I am licensed to practice in the United States Supreme Court, the Middle District of Florida, and I am a certified family law and dependency mediator. I also have expanded my knowledge of real estate by becoming a real estate broker and opened up my own brokerage firm in 2016.