Meet Catherine W. Real
Tampa Divorce Attorney
Attorney Catherine W. Real has
more than three decades of experience practicing family law at her office location in Hyde Park in Tampa, Florida.
She is experienced as a litigator and a Florida Supreme Court Family Law Mediator.
She began her Tampa law firm, Catherine W. Real, P.A., to provide family
law services throughout the state of Florida. Most of her clients come
from Central Florida, including the following locations:
- Orange Counties
The firm has also represented clients as far south as Key West and as far
north as Pensacola. In addition, the firm represents clients all across
Well Versed Family Law Knowledge
Attorney Catherine Real goes above and beyond in her legal services. As
a well-known Tampa, Florida family law attorney, she provides knowledgeable
legal counsel to each client she serves. She will even collaborate with
other professionals to provide her clients with the services they need,
- Financial advisors
- Mental health counselors
Catherine Real handles any level of a divorce case, no matter how complex.
She can take the case to trial or pursue a resolution through
mediation. Not many firms take appeals from orders entered by family law judges.
Attorney Real, however, will accept referrals of appeals from any family
law attorney in Florida.
Speaking Engagements at Stetson University School of Law
Attorney Catherine Real has been asked on two separate occasions to speak
to students during family law classes at Stetson University College of
Law. She considers it a great honor to have been invited to speak, as
only those with substantial experience and an outstanding reputation are asked.
Stetson University College of Law is ranked as number 74 out of the Top
80 from the National Jurist’s rankings of law schools in the United
States. According to US News & World Report, it is ranked 93
rd among law schools and is ranked 1
st in trial advocacy. The school’s passage rate for the Florida Bar
exam is 85.5%, making it the school with the highest passing rate in the state.
While working as the Staff Director of the Health & Rehabilitative
Services Committee of the Florida Senate, Attorney Catherine Real wrote
a publication on the topic of whether to create a unified statewide welfare
system or maintain the countrywide welfare agencies that existed in Florida
during that time. You can view the document
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