“My life and work experiences have molded me into the person I am today, and they help me resolve conflict. We have all had sad or painful experiences in our life. However, like they say the storms don’t last forever, and after the storms, there comes sunshine!”
Walk into her law office, and you immediately notice soothing aromas of doTerra essential oils, as her passion for LIFE and law extends to include her passion for alternative paths to health and wellness.
Attorney Debora Diaz admittedly “works hard and plays hard,” but she loves to spend down time on the water in the Florida sunshine, often venturing out solo on her jet-ski after a busy day at her practice in New Port Richey.
The native of Rochester, NY, admits, “I am passionate about LIFE, enjoying the simple things, but also making memories. I love the ocean and sunshine!”
Debora understands about life being short, and she strives to do everything she can to live her life to the fullest each day, and provide effective legal counsel to empower her clients and bring peace to their lives.
She freely admits, “I am passionate about life, the law, health and wellness. I want to make a difference!
Debora studied industrial and labor relations at Cornell University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree. She went on to Syracuse University to attain her law degree. Since her admittance to the bar in 1995, Debora has successfully exercised her legal prowess for more than 20 years.
Her law practice focuses on family & business matters such as pre-/post-nuptial agreements, divorce, paternity, parenting plans, child support, non-traditional family law matters, and those of same-sex couples. Additionally, Debora tackles issues involving small businesses, non-competes, employee handbooks and policies, and administrative licensing.
“My practice is based on honesty, integrity and customer service at all times. Every day is different for me, but I love the satisfaction my clients receive and the problem-solving aspect of my cases,” Debora said.
Unfortunately, one very important family case fell completely out of her hands.
After celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary July 11, 2007, Debora lost her husband, Bob Brenhoch, the following November to a massive heart attack. It was a life-changing event for her, shifting her perspective and heightening her passion for health, wellness and LIFE… in all CAPS!
Her friends and colleagues describe Debora as generous but cautious, strong, and an independent professional who is organized and to the point. Other adjectives used when discussing Debora’s attributes include industrious, reliable, dependable, goal-driven, and “a good Samaritan to our community”.
Debora is a member of the West Pasco Bar Association, Clearwater Bar Association, Rotary Club of Holiday, Working Women of Tampa Bay [WWOTB], Woman In Networking [WIN], Women Helping Women, Keep It Local, LLC, and Pasco Cash Mob. She also serves as a director and charter advisor member of Trinity Odessa Chamber of Commerce, and she sits on the board of directors of the Connections Job Development Program.
Although she resides in Pinellas County, Debora truly believes in giving back to the community where she devotes the majority of her time practicing law. She said, “I go to local restaurants, shop our small businesses and seek professional services locally. I regularly donate to different non-profit organizations in our community, because life is about helping others and hopefully, leaving the world a better place. I try to live by the motto be kind.”
Debora enjoys sharing her life with significant other, Jeff, who she strongly believes was heaven-sent from her late husband. The couple enjoys spending time together, boating, jet-skiing, traveling, and capturing life’s special moments through photography, her latest hobby.
Debora shared, “My life and work experiences have molded me into the person I am today, and they help me resolve conflict. We have all had sad or painful experiences in our life. However, like they say the storms don’t last forever, and after the storms, there comes sunshine!”
You can reach Debora A Diaz, Esq. at 727-846-1802 | DeboraDiazLaw@gmail.com | DeboraDiazLaw.com
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