Ms. O'Day has been practicing in the area of family law since 2001.When representing clients she develops a case strategy to achieve the most favorable results...
Ms. O'Day has been practicing in the area of family law since 2001.When representing clients she develops a case strategy to achieve the most favorable results...SHARON P. O'DAY represents clients in all aspects of family law in the Kirk Pinkerton Family Law Division. She joined the firm in the summer of 2009 in the Bradenton Office and represents clients throughout Manatee and Sarasota counties. She is Board Certified in Marital and Family Law and a Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator.
Ms. O'Day has been practicing in the area of family law since 2001.When representing clients she develops a case strategy to achieve the most favorable results possible for her clients. She represents clients in domestic violence injunctions, divorce, parental responsibility, paternity, child support, alimony, enforcement and modification of prior court orders. She also assists clients in the drafting of pre- and post- nuptial agreements. Ms. O'Day has represented clients in complex litigation cases involving multiple issues to achieve positive outcomes for her clients. As an advocate for her clients, she ensures they understand and can fully participate in the complicated processes of mediation and litigation.
Ms. O'Day is also a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator. In this capacity she works with all parties to mediate a cooperative agreement that will resolve all issues in a family dispute. Ms. O'Day understands that divorce and family disputes can be emotionally devastating and financially costly and works in her capacity as a mediator to reach an amicable conclusion to the issues in the most efficient manner possible. With an extensive background in international law and interstate issues, she is also well suited to represent families with specific multi-state and international family law issues. Ms. O'Day has specific training in resolving international child custody issues which can be some of the most challenging issues facing a family.
She has also worked as Corporate sponsor of Bay Haven School of Basics Plus and Parliamentarian for the Board of Directors from 2009 until 2010. She is also a guest speaker at Women's Resource Center.
Following graduation Ms. O'Day worked for several non-profit organizations in the Washington, DC area, representing refugees from around the world in legal matters before the Immigration Service. In 1992 she joined the staff of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees as a Protection Officer. She worked in South East Asia, the former Yugoslavia and Africa, working with government officials and aid organizations to ensure the rights of the refugees were protected.
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