The de la Torre Law Office LLC is pleased to announce that Carina M. de la Torre has been selected to serve as the Co-Chair of the Bankruptcy Committee of the Orange County Bar Association.
Founded in 1933, the Orange County Bar Association has been the primary vehicle for area attorneys to meet, exchange information related to their legal specialty areas, and provide valuable legal and community services to residents in surrounding communities. The OCBA is proud to claim members who have achieved regional, state and national recognition for their professionalism, integrity, knowledge and just application of the law. The OCBA is a 3,500-member voluntary association in Orlando, Florida.
Carina de la Torre is admitted to practice law in the States of Florida and Indiana and co-founded The de la Torre Law Office LLC, where she focuses her practice on asset protection. With this core focus, Carina represents clients with a variety of legal needs: creditor/debtor rights and bankruptcy, commercial and residential real estate (from closing to litigation), and estate planning and administration. Years of litigation experience provide Carina with a special perspective for crafting tailored solutions as part of proactive asset protection planning. Clients facing the prospect of litigation or bankruptcy benefit from Carina’s extensive experience as both a trial lawyer and appellate advocate in the federal, state, and bankruptcy courts.
For more information on the Orange County Bar Association, please visit http://www.orangecountybar.org/about_us