I am looking forward to applying my experience and focusing my skills and energy on the challenges I will face at a successful law firm like the Reyes Law Group.
(PRWEB) June 18, 2014
Carlos J. Reyes, Founder of Reyes Law Group, is pleased to announce that Angel Morales has recently joined the firm as a legal assistant. In this position, Morales will be involved with assisting and supporting the Reyes Law Group litigation team and their attorneys with case administration, coordination, and management, and will have responsibilities for overseeing and organizing systems to manage the legal practice. Prior to joining the Reyes Law Group, Morales worked as a paralegal for Jamie Alvarez, Esq. and Joel Greenberg, Esq. focusing on research to support commercial litigation and real estate litigation matters.
“I am looking forward to applying my experience and focusing my skills and energy on the challenges I will face at a successful law firm like the Reyes Law Group.” Morales said.
“Mr. Morales is a welcome addition to the Reyes Law Group and we’re happy to have a skilled and experienced legal assistant on our team,” said attorney Carlos J. Reyes.
The Reyes Law Group practices in the tri-county, South Florida area (Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties) and represents clients in civil and commercial litigation, real estate litigation and transactional work (residential and commercial), including related short-sale and loan modification negotiations, landlord-tenant litigation, mortgage foreclosure defense, family, criminal defense, and employment law.
Led by its founders’ 25 years of experience, the Reyes Law Group legal team helps businesses and individuals address and meet their legal challenges by emphasizing an approach focused on client needs and objectives to achieve the best, available outcomes.
Carlos J. Reyes is a graduate of Rutgers University School of Law and has established a very successful career representing his clients in a thoughtful and meaningful way, while defending their legal needs with strong conviction.