Andrea C. D’Addario has been practicing law since 2006. Andrea attended the University of Central Florida where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in legal studies. She furthered her education by obtaining a law degree at Nova Southeastern University and graduated cum laude and within the top 12% of her class. While attending law school, Ms. D’Addario participated in the Guardian Ad Litem program for Broward County, Florida and volunteered at the Legal Aid Society of Broward County. Ms. D’Addario was also a Board Member on the Journal of International and Comparative Law at Nova Southeastern University. Her legal career began as an adolescent, working with disabled individuals at a Social Security Disability firm in West Palm Beach. “Working with disabled and elderly clients was a rewarding experience. I learned what it was like to really help people in their time of need.”
Ms. D’Addario carried on her desire to help individuals by focusing on Estates and Trusts law.
We thrive on providing not only dedicated representation, but a personal touch resulting in the utmost client satisfaction.
Depending on our client’s particular needs, our services vary. We represent individuals in fiduciary roles such as Pesonal Representatives, Trustees, and Attorneys-in-Fact, or their individual roles such as beneficiaries of an estate or trust. We also focus on assisting all types of families in accomplishing their estate planning goals.
We provide services throughout the State of Florida with a particular interest in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade.
Sherene C. Stenger has been practicing law since 1999
and has practiced in the areas of Estate Planning, Probate Litigation and Family Law. Sherene is licensed to practice law in Colorado and Florida. Sherene’s practice areas include estate planning, probate and guardianship.
Sherene is a native of New York and moved to Boca Raton in 1989. She attended Florida Atlantic University and continued her graduate studies at Nova Southeastern University where she obtained her Juris Doctorate. While attending Nova Southeastern University, Sherene was a staff member of the International Law Journal, a General Society member of Moot Court and on the Dean’s List.
After obtaining her Juris Doctorate, Sherene resided and practiced law in Colorado wherein she worked in the areas of Family Law, Estate Planning, Estate and Trust Administration and Probate Litigation.
During her time in Colorado, Sherene was the primary caretaker of her mother who suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm in 2003. Her role as a fiduciary and caring for a parent with dementia propelled her from Family Law to the Estate Planning/Probate areas of practice.
As a result of her mother’s illness, she has first-hand knowledge of the importance of having thorough, well prepared estate planning documents. Sherene’s unique life experience allows her to understand the difficulties and sensitivities necessary to be an effective estate planner.
Sherene has taught CLE’s on Trusts and Guardianships, has spoken on promoting dignity for individuals with dementia and served in leadership positions with the Colorado Bar Association. Sherene is currently a member of the Real Property and Probate Section of the Florida Bar and a member of the Florida Association of Women Lawyers.
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