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Jennifer A Garner, ESQ


Raised in the Tampa Bay Area, Jennifer Garner completed her under graduate studies at the University of South Florida, where she received a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. She went on to attend law school at Stetson University's College of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctor degree.

While in law school Ms. Garner took every opportunity to immerse herself in the practice of law, clerking for a complex business litigation attorney, assisting low income tax payers with their income tax returns, researching the patentability of new emerging technologies and interning with in-house counsel.

After graduation Ms. Garner went on to represent institutional lenders and creditors for one of the state's largest firms for foreclosure Plaintiffs. While there, she rose to the position of managing attorney, where she led a team of 13 attorneys and 22 paralegals. She has taken over 200 cases to trial. Ms. Garner wants to help homeowners in foreclosure. Her experience on the other side of the courtroom is an important asset to the company and its clients. She spends her time defending residential foreclosures from inception to trial, helping homeowners retain their homes through loan modification or through non-retention options such as short sales and deed in lieu. Ms. Garner also defends the criminally accused in misdemeanors, DUIs and traffic violations. She is committed to providing the firm's clients with answers to their questions and solutions to their problems.

Thania Diaz Clevenger, ESQ


As a Florida native, Thania Clevenger completed her under graduate studies at St. Leo University in Key West, Florida, where she received a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. She went on to attend law school at Stetson University's College of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctor degree.

Ms. Clevenger began her legal career working for a law firm in Key West as the Supervising Legal Assistant where she dealt with client needs daily and also worked with the lawyers in the firm to developed solutions for handling and dividing the office case load. While attending Stetson University, Ms. Clevenger worked as a Law School Intern and Law Clerk.

After graduation, Ms. Clevenger took a position as a Junior Attorney for a law firm in St. Petersburg, FL where she specialized in the field of business law focusing on corporations, franchises, and trademarks. During her nine year tenure there she continuously conducted legal research on changing state registration regulations for franchising. Drafted trademark applications, franchise disclosure documents, and other documentation necessary to meet a company’s legal needs.

In 2011, Ms. Clevenger also became the Civil Rights Director for CAIR Florida where she was responsible for the daily management of CAIR-FL’s legal and advocacy team comprising of four attorneys and 6 supporting team members. Within her roll she was directly responsible for numerous compliance, human resource, and fundraising tasks. Legal specialty in the various areas of civil rights law including employment discrimination, immigration law, criminal defense, public accommodations, travel delays, Religious Land Use and Institutionalize Persons Act claims, and other constitutional challenges.

Diane Boyd


Linda “Diane” Boyd owned Southern Produce Company from 2001-2005 servicing mom & pop restaurants with fresh fruits and vegetables. Diane attended Hillsborough Community College focusing on a Liberal Arts Degree in 2008. She worked for the Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra from 2013 until 2015 as a legal assistant focusing on foreclosure documentation and collection cases. Diane is the mother to 6 beautiful children ranging from 15 to 1 years old.


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