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September 29, 2008

Congratulations to our Law Clerk, Kristie L. Haynes

by Alex in News

Our Law Clerk, Kristie L. Haynes passed The Florida Bar Exam!

Congratulations to our Law Clerk, Kristie L. Haynes, on passing the Florida Bar Examination! Ms. Haynes is a 2008 graduate of the Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law at Barry University. We are certain that she will be a great asset to the legal profession. Ms. Haynes looks forward to working on family law issues, particularly representing the best interests of children in divorce, custody, and guardianship matters.

The Florida Bar tests knowledge of Corporations, Family Law, FL Constitutional Law, FL Rules of Civil and Criminal Procedure, FL Rules of Professional Conduct & Rules Regulating  and Trust Accounts. They also test on Partnerships, Trusts, Wills & Administration of Estates, Contracts, Criminal Law and Procedure, Constitutional Law, Evidence, Real Property, and Torts.

Contact an Orlando Collaborative Divorce Attorney

Struggling with child custody or a divorce? Contact Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr., Attorneys and Counselors at Law.  Our attorneys handle every legal issue-  from family law to elder law. Call us at  (407) 647-7887 or send us a send us a message. Visit Aubrey Law’s Office. Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. also serves Altamonte Springs, Longwood, Maitland, and Orlando. Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. also serves the and surrounding areas.

About Aubrey Law

Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. is an experienced family law attorneys serve Orlando & Winter Park. Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. has had years of accomplishments in the legal field. He has also taken an interest in elder law after caring for his own grandmother and parents-in-law. Mr. Ducker has the first-hand experience in dealing with the stresses and anxieties that accompany deciding how to live the rest of one’s “golden years”. Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. knows that adult children have to deal with this rite of passage. This involves specific stresses when making decisions for a parent or parents incapacitated by serious illnesses.