Dean Mead’s Estate and Succession Planning Department is one of the largest and most respected groups of estate planning attorneys in Florida. We are frequently…
Orlando, FL – Dean Mead is pleased to announce the addition of Michaela Kirn in the Orlando office. Ms. Kirn practices in the firm’s litigation department and handles a variety of matters, including cases involving construction defects, property rights, employment related issues, and other business disputes.
Prior to joining Dean Mead, Ms. Kirn defended clients in hundreds of cases involving coverage disputes and personal injury claims under homeowners and automobile policies throughout Florida.
Ms. Kirn attended the University of Central Florida where she received her Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies, with a minor in Public Administration. While at UCF, she spent a semester in Tallahassee interning for the Florida Senate during the legislative session. Ms. Kirn graduated cum laude from Stetson University College of Law where she was Marketing Editor for Stetson Law Review and a judicial intern for the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida.
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