Family Law Firm
Guardianships (Restoration of Rights)
Family Law is one of the most complex and emotional areas of law. It is very stressful and draining for the parent and child. Part of being an attorney in this field of law is understanding this stress and doing all you can to help make the process as smooth as possible. Finding an attorney that will believe in you, and fight for you every step of the way is very important. She wants you to feel as protected as possible so you can move through the divorce process with the confidence and knowledge you need to make crucial future decisions. She believes in putting clients first. Leslie Ann Ferderigos is a lawyer and advocate fighting for children, parents, families, the disabled, and the Elderly suffering from High Conflict Divorce, Parental Alienation, Wrongful Guardianships, Deprivation of Rights. Leslie dealt with 10 years as a client in family court, fighting for years as an Alienated Parent & has been deprived of her rights while being wrongfully Baker Acted, there is no better person who can relate and share your pain. Her direct experience as a client & victim helps her to identify and be there as support to help clients through this stressful process. Leslie believes in shared parenting and equal rights to both parents, unless there is clear evidence of abuse and endangering the child, children need love from both parents. She also is against Restrictive Guardianships and Deprivation of Rights to those considered disabled or incapacitated.
Leslie is from Chicago, Illinois and grew up in Orlando Florida where she currently resides with her husband, also an attorney, Michael Ferderigos Esq. and her four children. Leslie is licensed to practice law in the State of Florida & United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida and is a proud member of the Florida Bar and Florida Justice Association. Leslie attended Barry University of Law, earning her juris doctorate. During law school she served as a selected member of the Moot Court Honors Board. She was selected to represent her law school as an oral advocate for Barry Law school's Trial Team. Additionally Leslie founded and served as President for Legal Advocates for Citizens With Disabilities. Leslie has been involved in the community for years throughout her career. She is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, ABA, and Central Florida Trial Attorneys. She founded Dance For The Soul, a foster child charity. She is also a proud supporter of Runaway to Hope INC. She worked as a peer mentor and QMRP for individual Advocacy Group and with out-patient living facilities for those with disabilities. Leslie is also a regular guest speaker around Florida with the National Parents Group Organization. Leslie has represented clients all over the state of Florida, when it comes to helping clients, distance will not stand in the way.
As a client myself I know this process can drain you both emotionally & financially. Limited resources should not stop you from getting the help you need. I am doing this for people like YOU & will do what it takes when it comes to preserving the parent child relationship.
Interviewed for her case on NBC News
Leslie Ann Ferderigos, Esquire
Leslie Ann Ferderigos, Esquire interviewed on ABC News
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Winter Park, FL 32789
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