Lissette Crescimone, Esq. practices in the areas of family, divorce law and estate planning. She is a graduate of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia currently ranked as the #21 school in the national university category. Initially in pursuit of a career in diplomacy, she secured a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies and French, with a concentration on the European Union while at Emory. She later obtained her Juris Doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University's Shepard Broad Law Center.
Ms. Crescimone has been active in the legal community for over ten years beginning as a legal intern and transitioning into a paralegal position before becoming a licensed attorney. She pursued various areas of the law, beginning her legal experience in the area of constitutional and civil liberty law as an intern for the American Civil Liberties Union in Miami, Florida. Following college she transitioned into the private sector, working at a prestigious commercial and residential real estate development law firm. Following her successful completion of law school she was recruited by a commercial litigation practice in downtown Miami. However, in the most recent years she has relocated to Boca Raton where she broadened her practice areas to family divorce law and family estate planning and asset protection. She has served as an official speaker on the topics of estate planning and asset protection for the Florida Bar’s Speakers Bureau.
She is also committed to philanthropy and volunteerism. She is fluent in French and Spanish, conversant in Portuguese and is a member of the Florida Bar, Florida Bar Family Law Section and the Florida Bar Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section.