Teresa A. Cordoba
Teresa A. Cordoba earned her Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations from Boston University in 2008. In 2009, she earned her Master of Arts in Communication at Florida State University. After graduation, Mrs. Cordoba worked for Citibank investigating money laundering in Latin America. In 2014, she graduated from Suffolk University Law School. She became a member of the Massachusetts, New York, and Florida Bar and is licensed to practice in all three of those states. She began her law career as a staff attorney at the Bronx Defenders in New York City and a Public Defender in the 13th Judicial Circuit before moving to Florida to represent victims of domestic violence. Mrs. Cordoba is fluent in Spanish and has been an advocate for immigration rights.
In her spare time, Teresa enjoys spending time with her family, dabbling in interior design, and traveling.
Areas of Practice: Family Law
Licensed in Florida
Location: St. Petersburg Office
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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.
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