Richard Champagne, Esq.
A former assistant public defender, Richard Champagne has a diverse practice that includes complex criminal, family, and immigration matters. Richard is a highly-skilled litigator with significant trial and mediation experience in state and federal courts. He is licensed in both Florida and Massachusetts, is admitted in various federal courts. Richard has represented over five hundred clients charged with various serious criminal law violations. He has successfully defended individuals accused with criminal violations, from misdemeanors to life felonies, including those that may pose political and public relations risks. He has represented families in complex family law matters, which includes divorce, paternity, custody, support, alimony, property division, modification, mediation, relocation, guardianship, and enforcement actions. Additionally, Richard has represented countless families in immigration courts, U.S. Consulate Offices, and U.S. Embassies. He has assisted clients with complex business and family-based immigration matters under the including Violence Against Women Act, Asylum, Temporary Protected Status, Adjustment of Status, including various other reliefs under the Immigration Nationality Act.
Saint Thomas University School of Law
Jean Clauzel Polo, Jr., Esq.
Of Counsel Attorney
Ft. Lauderdale Office
470 N.E. 13th Street
Fort Lauderdale FL 33304
Jean's practice focuses on complex family law disputes at the trial level. Jean has worked on a multitude of family law matters, representing both Petitioners and Respondents in complex divorce, custody, alimony, child support, and complex domestic violence cases. In addition to family cases, he has represented clients in criminal and immigration courts.
Florida International University School of Law
Marie Melissa Grandoit, Esq.
Of Counsel Attorney
859 Willard Street Suite 400
Quincy MA 02169
Marie's practice focuses on business, real estate and commercial law disputes at the trial level. Marie has worked on a multitude of complicated business transactions representing both Plaintiffs and Defendants in complicated contract disputes, purchasing agreements, real estate transactions, housing disputes, and landlord tenant issues. In addition to commercial litigation, Marie has represented clients in housing court.
Prior to joining the firm in 2017, Marie worked for a corporation where she handled complex commercial matters. During law school, Marie interned at Harvard Law School's Housing Law Clinic where she represented tenants who faced evictions by banks or other lenders, and homeowners.
Suffolk University School of Law
Real Estate Law
Landlord and Tenant Law