Damaris G. Claude
Damaris grew up as the youngest of four children on the island of St. Croix, in the United States Virgin Islands. She moved to Oviedo at the age of seven, and attended all local schools: Stenstrom Elementary, Jackson Heights Middle School, and Oviedo High. Damaris is a “double Gator,” having attained both her law and undergraduate degrees from the University of Florida. After marrying her high school sweetheart, George, they had four children: Big brother Logan, and twin brothers Tristan and Cael and little brother Silas, and settled down in Geneva, Florida, where they have a horse, two cats, one dog and a whole lot of fish. In her spare time, Damaris enjoys camping, running, knitting, reading and going to the beach.
The decision to hire an attorney is not one that should be taken lightly.
An Estate Planning / Elder Law Attorney is an attorney that should work with you and your family just as a family physician would. This is someone you will have to trust with intimate personal and financial information, and a person with whom you will form a lifetime partnership. Your attorney should be a compassionate, knowledgeable individual that responds promptly to your inquiries and concerns, and is able to help you build an estate planning strategy based on your personal values and goals. When you walk out of his or her office, you should be able to confidently understand and explain the documents that you signed. Above all, your attorney should have the time to talk to you.
- Florida Bar Association
- Elder Law Section of the Florida Bar
- National Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys
- Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys
- Seminole County Bar Association