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Born in Donetsk Ukraine to Cuban parents and raised in Havana, Cuba, Jessica and her family immigrated to the United States in late 1998 to escape the Country’s oppression and persecution. The child of two hardworking immigrant parents, Jessica always had a strong passion to advocate for others, especially for those who could not do so for themselves.
A graduate of Northwood University, Jessica received her Bachelor of Business Administration all while receiving extensive legal experience through working in the legal field. While attending Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law, she served as the President of the Cuban American Bar Association Nova Chapter and as an avid member of the Federal Bar Association.
Jessica’s ability to speak fluent Spanish and English has helped many clients gain a clear perspective of their legal situation and most importantly, it allows her to zealously represent their position and give
them the legal voice they deserve. Jessica continues to advocate for the Hispanic community through active participation and membership
in organizations such as the Cuban American Bar Association, the Hispanic National Bar Association, and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County.
Member of the Bar, State of Florida FBN: 1022106, and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida
Primary Experience Areas:
Family Law, Immigration, Bankruptcy and Foreclosure Litigation
Juris Doctor, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law, 2019
Bachelor of Business Administration, Northwood University, 2016
Born and raised in Havana Cuba, Jennifer alongside her family immigrated to the United States in 1998 to escape the Country’s oppression and persecution, and has made South Florida her home since.
A graduate of Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida, Jennifer holds a dual Bachelor of Business Administration with majors in Management and Marketing, as well as a minor in Business Law.
She currently serves as DLC Law's head paralegal and oversees the day to day operations of the Firm and all its cases. She works alongside her sister, Jessica De Las Cuevas, Esq. to ensure that all clients receive big firm results, while still feeling like they are part of the DLC Law family. Her ability to fluently speak English and Spanish allows her to effectively communicate with all the Firm’s clients, making sure that no detail goes unexplained.
Jennifer’s passion for the legal field makes her one of the most loved Firm members at DLC Law and it makes working alongside her a joyous privilege.
Notary Public, State of Florida
Bachelor of Business Administration with Majors in Management and Marketing, and a Minor in Business Law, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL 2018
Languages spoken: Spanish and English
Born and raised in Israel, Danit immigrated to the United States and made South Florida her home in 1993. Her ability to speak fluent Hebrew and English has made her an integral part of DLC Law’s Immigration practice.
With over fifteen years of experience in the immigration field, she has established a great reputation for helping to tackle complex cases and making sure that not one detail is missed. She takes pride in zealously working to ensure the success of the Firm’s immigration cases, all while maintaining the empathy and kindness necessary to relate to such difficult situations that only someone who has been an immigrant herself can understand.
Danit observes the Jewish Sabbath and Holidays, and is available to respond to all communications and inquiries after those religious observances are followed.
Primary Experience areas:
Hebrew and English
Born and raised in Matanzas, Cuba, Jaynet immigrated to the United States and has made South Florida her home. Her ability to fluently speak Spanish has made her an integral part of DLC Law's customer relation's team.
She currently serves as DLC Law's front desk legal assistant and is usually the first smiling face you see when entering the firm. Her day to day interactions with the firm's clients are integral to the firm's successful operation.
Bachelor's in Accounting and Finances, University Camilo Cienfuegos, Matanzas, Cuba 2018
Spanish and English
Considering Bankruptcy to Avoid Foreclosure?
In the state of Florida, many homeowners facing a foreclosure are often mislead into thinking that filing for bankruptcy will be the solution to their foreclosure problems.
In this video, we’re going to go over a few misconceptions about filing bankruptcy while in foreclosure and why it’s not always the best solution.