Divorce Attorney Andrew Garro

Andrew Garro

Senior Associate

Andrew Garro was born in Roanoke, Virginia and grew up in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. He attended the University of North Florida where he received a bachelor’s degree in Political Science in 2004. After graduation, Andrew decided to stay in the Jacksonville area and attend Florida Coastal School of Law where he received his Juris Doctorate in 2007.

After law school, Andrew went to work as an Assistant State Attorney at the Jacksonville State Attorney’s Office. While an Assistant State Attorney, Andrew prosecuted thousands of crimes ranging from DUI and domestic battery to drug trafficking, armed robbery, attempted murder, and everything in between. As a prosecutor, he gained valuable experience which he now uses to vigorously advocate for his clients.

After three years as a prosecutor, Andrew has worked in private practice at a large Jacksonville law firm where he focused primarily in the area of family law. Andrew gained extensive family law litigation experience while helping his clients navigate the stressful process of getting divorced, going through a custody battle, or dealing with other complex family law issues.

Now Andrew is an attorney at Kenny Leigh & Associates where he only represents men in the area of family. When not working, Andrew enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and playing guitar.

Areas of Practice: Family Law

Location: Jacksonville office

Bounce Back: Tips to help men navigate family law

Written by Kenny Leigh

Divorce can be horrible. For most people, it’s the most stressful event in their lives —more stressful than the death of a family member. And not only is the experience itself often loathsome, but the consequences of terminating a marriage can be devastating. Divorce has permanently damaged the careers, net worth and valued relationships of countless men. If you are looking at this book, you are likely about to enter the most trying and difficult phase of your life. And if your case is not handled properly, you’ve got a lot to lose.