Divorce Attorney Mary Ostrowski 

Mary Ostrowski 

Attorney

Mary Ostrowski was born and raised in suburban Chicago.  She attended Bowdoin College in Maine, where she received degrees in economics and political science in 2005. 

After graduation, Mary worked on Wall Street at the American Stock Exchange in New York City.  She then moved into the hospitality industry, attending the French Pastry School in Chicago and then working as a pastry chef at various restaurants and hotels in Chicago and Naples, FL. 

Mary then attended law school at the University of Florida, Levin College of Law, where she received her Juris Doctorate in 2016.  While in law school, she received the highest grade in her class in Family Law, and spent a summer abroad in Frankfurt, Germany, studying international law. 

After law school, Mary worked gathering factual data development for mass tort litigation at a firm in Jacksonville.  She also spent time representing Condominium and Homeowner Associations, and worked for a firm specializing in asbestos litigation, representing Veterans exposed to the toxic substance during their time in the Navy. 

Now, at Kenny Leigh & Associates, she enjoys working and fighting for men’s rights, and guiding clients through their stressful, often emotional family law matters.

Areas of Practice: Family Law

Licensed in Florida

Location: Jacksonville office

844.541.1252 , 904 541 1252

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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.