Friday, December 17, 2010


As the New Year approaches, our thoughts naturally turn to the future and the past. We take time to reflect on everything that happened in 2010, and all the possibilities for 2011. We hope this past year has been successful for you, that you achieved your goals and lived life to the fullest. Our office has had its ups and downs, and we would just like to take a moment and share with you our reflection of happenings in 2010 and our hopes and goals for 2011.
As 2010 began, our firm hit the ground running. We were kept very busy by all of our loyal and faithful clients and we even acquired many new ones.  As spring approached our business went through some changes. We lost a few employees and gained a few. The summer was the most eventful and significant time for our business, yet it was bitter sweet.  In mid-summer, Jackie decided to pursue her dream of becoming a doctor and was happily accepted to Howard University School of Medicine.  This was sad but we were happy to see her fulfill her dream to go to medical school. She has since received Honors in her classes and is succeeding and exceeding everyone’s hopes for her.  
Taylor - Legal Assistant
and Akasha, her Husky

We also lost Kelsey this fall. She decided it was time for her to pursue other personal interests. Kelsey had been with us for over 3 years. The new addition was Taylor who, excitedly, took her place and brought with her many new ideas to help The Alvarez Law Firm grow and expand. Taylor recently graduated from the University of Central Florida in May of 2010.

This year has been full of surprises, which is to be expected in any business. We anticipate that 2011 will be a wonderful year with new goals and objectives. We enjoy assisting each and every one of our clients. We continue to help our clients with the following areas of practice:
Bankruptcy 7/13
Corporate law
Foreclosure defense
Loan modification
Real estate – short sales, leases, buying and selling homes
Estate Planning - wills
Power of attorney

We wish you and your family a very wonderful holiday season and a wonderful new year filled with joy and prosperity.
Rachel M. Alvarez, Esq

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