Elena M. Perez was born in Cuba, entered the United States at only 8 years of age with her parents. Her parents believed that education was the strongest component to success.
She received her Bachelor’s Degree from Queens College in New York City with a major in Education and a minor in music. She received her Doctorate Degree in Law from the City University in New York (CUNY) at Queens College.
She came to Florida for a visit and loved it so that she decided to establish herself in this community and serve its people through her legal representation. With that, she registered to take the Bar and became a licensed Attorney in the State of Florida in May of 1991.
She is a member of the Florida Bar and the Broward County Bar Association.
"I needed a divorce lawyer and was lucky to find Elena Perez. I was married for 34 years and needed a smart and compassionate lawyer. Elena Perez was exactly what I needed. Her entire office is filled with knowledgeable people. She not only took care of my case she also took care of me. She is a very skilled lawyer." - Mona
"Mrs. Perez is the most professional attorney that I have met, she stands in the place of the client and goes so far to the point that makes you feel that it is her own and personal case and need to give you the best choice stance and solution. Thank you very much Mrs. Perez. I have to thank Mrs.Elena and her team for the great job!!!" - Claudia Marcela
"I appreciate the attention they gave me, they are very professional, met my expectations at the right time. She gave the advice at the rigth time and my process was good. Thank you." - Horacio Santeramo
"Elena and her staff are the most caring and dedicated people. Loved the way she represented me in Court. I highly recommed her. She is the best!! This review is from a person who hired this attorney. Hired attorney" - Gina
"Best Attorney I could have ever chosen!!! My 2 daughters father wanted more custody than 50/50. I went to mediation once before by myself, nothing got done, we were going to trial and I had no idea how to go about with the case. I then hired Elena Perez and it was the best decision i ever made!! We scheduled another mediate before trial and everything was settled for good. We kept the 50/50 and both came to an understanding. Elena Perez and her associates are very professional. I would recommend her to all my friends and family without a doubt." - Cindy Velasco
"The office of Lawyer Elena Perez and staff were very attentive, helpful and educational to my case, also provided me with the proper information at all times while my case process lasted, I highly recommend her for anybody needing help with their legal issues... This review is from a person who hired this attorney. Hired attorney. Excellent Representation!!!" - Anonymous
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