About Mary Elizabeth Quinn
Mary Elizabeth Quinn is the Founder and Managing Partner of Quinn Law Firm, P.A. As a Trial Attorney, Ms. Quinn is a Board Certified Family Law Attorney with twenty (20) years of experience in the area of family law matters and confines her practice exclusively to complex dissolution of marriage litigation and negotiations, mediations, parenting and time-sharing issues, custodial determination, asset distribution, spousal support, maintenance and alimony. Furthermore, Ms. Quinn has experience in the preparation and execution of Premarital Agreements, litigation experience with domestic violence issues, Paternity actions, modifications of existing Orders of the Court and declaratory relief as it relates to Family Law.
Ms. Quinn is certified to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States of America, the Supreme Court of Florida and the United States District Court of the Middle District. She has been an active committee member of the Florida Family Law Rules & Forms Committee and currently serves on this Committee with the Florida Bar. Ms. Quinn has been a member of the Florida Bar since 1996 and has been active in its Family Law Section. Furthermore, she has been active in the Hillsborough County Bar Association and specifically the Family Law Section of the Bar. Ms. Quinn is a Master of the Family Law Inns of Court and an active member of both the Florida and Hillsborough Associations of Women Lawyers.
Before starting Quinn Law Firm, P.A., Ms. Quinn graduated from the University of South Florida in 1991 with a Bachelor’s Degree in English. She graduated from St. Thomas School of Law in Miami, Florida where she obtained her Juris Doctorate Degree with Honors in 1996.
For over a decade, Ms. Quinn has been active in the Family Law Community and has conducted several seminars including Overview of Family & Matrimonial Law; Divorce Law in Florida; Marital Settlement Agreements in Florida; Handling your First Custody Dispute; Child Custody Modifications; and Divorce Taxation in Florida.