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Matthew L. Cersine, P.L

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Matthew Leonard Cersine

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Divorce & Family Law, Business

From his Orlando, Florida, law firm, Matthew L. Cersine represents clients in the Orlando community in family law, divorce and child custody cases. Wh... (more)

From his Orlando, Florida, law firm, Matthew L. Cersine represents clients in the Orlando community in family law, divorce and child custody cases. While he is a capable litigator, he is also a skilled mediator, having conducted the Supreme Court of Florida's mediation training for three years as well as having served as a mediator for Orange County's Dispute Resolution Center from 2005 to 2007.

In addition to handling family law cases, Mr. Cersine handles cases involving international law, business law, foreclosure, debt collection, landlord-tenant disputes, probate matters and real estate. He prides himself on giving personal attention to his clients. He is admitted to practice in Florida as well as in the U.S. Tax Court.

As an attorney with a track record of achieving effective resolutions in a variety of cases, Mr. Cersine is recognized for his knowledge in the legal field and his background in mediation matters. He also taught classes from 2006 to 2010 on foreign business practices for EXIM Bancorporation, a company that focuses on business development. He has represented clients and corporations both large and small in a number of industries, including companies such as Luxury Vienna, Global Beratung and Megatrend University USA. Mr. Cersine is also involved in related, although separate, businesses as an independent mediator and a consultant, and he was an adjunct professor for three years at Barry University School of Law.

Mr. Cersine gives back to the community through his pro bono involvement as an Orange County mediator, offering free mediation for citizen disagreements and family law matters and encouraging a fair resolution without a trial. Additionally, he is a member of the American Association for Justice and the American Bar Association.

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Matthew L. Cersine, P.L
1512 West Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32804
28.5526416,-81.401264

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