Family & Criminal Law Attorney
Jared grew up in the Tampa Bay Area attending Jesuit High School. He left Florida to pursue an undergraduate degree from Regis University in Denver. Jared took an active interest in political policy and interned in Washington D.C. for Senator Enzi of Wyoming. His internship furthered his passion for the law and he went on to attend law school at the University of Wyoming. After graduation Jared returned to Tampa to begin practicing law at the Office of the Public Defender for Hillsborough County. After gaining trial experience he moved on to practice administrative law, civil, and family matters. Jared is a member of the Hillsborough County Bar Association and the Clifford J. Cheatwood Inn of Court. He is an avid fan of all Tampa Bay sports teams and a member of the Seminole Heights Civic Association.
- 2012 State Bar of Florida
There is an old myth that division of property in a divorce is 50/50, meaning each party gets 50% of the marriage. This is not accurate. There are many factors that judges consider when it comes to the division of assets, and judges must consider certain statutory guidelines when determining how property will be divided upon divorce.