Mr. Mervine is a zealous advocate who embraces a team approach to helping his clients achieve their goals. Mr. Mervine graduated Summa Cum Laude from the State University at Albany, located in upstate New York, and holds Master’s Degrees from Clarion University in Pennsylvania and Colorado State University. He earned his Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law, located in in Gulfport Florida, and is licensed to practice law in the Courts of the State of Florida. Mr. Mervine is dedicated to our community and has been awarded the William F. Blews Pro Bono Service award for his extensive community service efforts. Mr. Mervine started his legal career serving individual family law clients, and he has represented, small businesses, insurance companies, lenders, and investors in secondary debt markets. He is intimately familiar with family law practice, knows the challenges men face during family law proceedings, and has dedicated himself to protecting men’s rights, and advancing their interests.
- Stetson University College of Law, J.D.
- Clarion University, M.S. Communications
- Colorado State University, M. Fin.
- Colorado State University, M.S. Organizational Leadership
- State University of New York at Albany, B.S. Business Administration
Areas of Practice: Family Law
Licensed in Florida
Location: Jacksonville, FL
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Bounce Back: Tips to help men navigate family law
Written by Kenny Leigh
All cases cited in this book are Florida cases and should not be considered advice for any other state.
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.