Director of Panhandle, Florida
Erica Dlubala grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. After graduating high school, she stayed locally and attended Saint Louis University, where she graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Marketing. While an undergraduate, she also minored in German Language Studies, as well as earn her certificate in Service Leadership – a volunteer group committed to helping the local St. Louis community.
Ms. Dlubala earned her law degree from Barry University School of Law in Orlando, Florida. While in law school, Ms. Dlubala interned with the Barry Law University Children & Families Clinic., as well as the 22nd Judicial Circuit Court (Juvenile Division) in St. Louis, Missouri.
After graduation in 2013, she worked for a law firm representing clients throughout North Florida in family law, civil disputes, personal injury claims, and criminal defense.
Ms. Dlubala joined Kenny Leigh & Associates in 2017. Since joining the firm, Ms. Dlubala has put her family law skills and experience to work fighting for men’s rights in all family law matters.
In her free time, Ms. Dlubala enjoys traveling, going to the beach, and watching her beloved Cardinals, Blues, LSU Tigers and Saints.
Ms. Dlubala is licensed in Florida and Missouri.
Areas of Practice: Family Law
Licensed in Florida
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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.