ABOUT ALENNA TRUSIK

Ms. Trusik is a seasoned trial attorney with extensive experience as a litigator. She is committed to delivering exceptional service and aggressive legal representation specifically tailored to meet your unique needs.

alenna trusik divorce attorney Ms. Trusik has more than 20 years of courtroom experience in the areas of family law and criminal defense. She is Oxford University educated in Legal Studies and earned her Juris Doctorate in 2004 from Florida State University College of Law, graduating with honors. Ms. Trusik earned her Bachelor of Science in English Education from Florida State University in 1995, also graduating with honors. She is a distinguished member of the American Inns of Court, Tallahassee Bar Association, Jefferson County Bar Association, Tallahassee Women Lawyers, Florida Association of Women Lawyers, Florida Family Law Section of the Florida Bar, Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and National Association of Female Professionals and Board Member for Capital City Youth Services. Ms. Trusik is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator, is certified as a Collaborative Divorce Attorney, and is a Guardian Ad Litem for the Second Judicial Circuit. For the past three years, Ms. Trusik has been named a Top Ten Divorce Attorney in Tallahassee and was recently honored for her outstanding commitment to the community for her pro bono services.

Call us at 850-252-4674 to see how we can help. Our team helps clients navigate through the legal process and aggressively seek the best possible outcome. We take a personalized approach to understanding each client’s goals and a comprehensive approach to protecting their rights.

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