About Debora Diaz

Divorce Attorney |Family Law Attorney| Debora A. Diaz

Debora Diaz 1Divorce|Family Law For New Port Richey, Trinity, West Pasco, & Hernando and Pinellas County

Debora A. Diaz is your Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando County Divorce Lawyer.  Divorce is a highly emotional process.  Trust your divorce or Family law matter to an experienced attorney.   My team and I believe that client service is a priority. I will vigorously defend your rights and interests when the case calls for it, but I will also provide you with practical, impartial and realistic advice based on more than twenty-one years of experience with people who are going through what you are going through. I will navigate you through the legal process so that your conflict can be resolved and you can move on with your life. We will wow you with our client service!

Throughout her legal career, Ms. Diaz aimed to provide legal representation in an client-focused, efficient and cost effective manner. In giving legal advice, Ms. Diaz believes in cutting through all of the legalese and explaining the law so you will understand the basics of the law as it relates to your individual case. When Ms. Diaz meets with a client one of the first things she wants to know is what the client’s goals are. Ms. Diaz strives to ensure that the client has an adequate understanding of the law and the issue as it relates to the goals of the client.

Ms. Diaz has over 21 years of experience providing legal representation in the areas of Family Law, Employment Law and Business Litigation. Ms. Diaz has tried cases in all areas of family and Marital law: divorce, domestic violence, child support, temporary custody, paternity, time-sharing, relocation and dependency. She also does business and employment litigation and contract disputes. She has cases throughout the Tampa Bay area, but focuses her practice in Pasco, Pinellas and Hernando counties.

Ms. Diaz received her Juris Doctorate from Syracuse University College of Law in 1994. During law school Attorney Diaz was a first year Teaching Assistant and a Research Assistant. She also was chosen to be an Editor of The Labor Lawyer published by the American Bar Association. Ms. Diaz received a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University in 1985 while working full-time. She also received Graduate Certificate in Management Studies from Cornell University. Ms. Diaz is a Graduate of the Leadership Pasco Class of 1997.

Ms. Diaz has been a resident of Florida since December of 1994. She believes