Osenton Law Offices Announce Expansion of Seminar Series
Brandon, FL (Law Firm Newswire) May 27, 2011 - Osenton Law Offices has announced the firm will host the Osenton Law Offices Seminar Series. The seminars will occur at the firm’s office in Brandon. The firm has hosted free bankruptcy seminars since 2009 and now the series has expanded to include other legal areas.
On June 21, attorney Laurel Tesmer will present a free seminar on divorce, child custody, and other family law issues at 6 p.m. Tesmer is the lead Brandon divorce attorney at the firm and a member of the Marital and Family Law Sections of the Florida Bar.
Reginald Osenton, who is the senior attorney at the firm said, “We are very pleased at the success of our free bankruptcy seminars.” Osenton, who is the firm’s lead Brandon bankruptcy attorney, continued, “We are happy to provide this service to the Brandon community and Tampa area. It was a natural progression for us to expand the series into other matters such as family law, estate planning, probate, and other areas.”
The firm will continue to give free bankruptcy seminars two times per month. With the expansion of the series, the firm will add a seminar each month in another legal area, such as June’s free family law seminar to be given by Tesmer. “You do not want to do a divorce on your own,” she said. “The legal process of getting divorced is a confusing maze to navigate. Mistakes can come back to haunt you years later if you don’t get legal guidance early on.”
For more information on the Osenton Law Offices Seminar Series and to sign up for the June 21 Divorce and Family Law Seminar, call 813-654-5777 or email: [email protected] as space is limited.
Osenton Law Office, PA
500 Lithia Pinecrest Road
Brandon, Florida 33511
Call: (813) 654-5777
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