- Licensed to practice Law since 2002 in multiple jurisdictions – California, Puerto Rico and Florida
- 10 years of Real Estate Law Experience including but not limited to Foreclosures, Loan Modifications, Short Sale Negotiations and Litigation
- 7 years of Immigration Law Experience – Business and Family based visas , Deportation Defense, Asylums and more
- 5 years of Family Law Experience
About Mari Cullen
Maritere “Mari” Cullen was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1973. In 1994 she graduated from Bentley University with a bachelors in Finance and graduated from law school in 2001. Her legal experience covers a wide range personal representation matters with concentration in Real Estate, Family and Immigration Law.
Ms. Cullen was admitted to the Puerto Rico Bar in 2001 and to the U.S. District Court, First Circuit. In 2007, Ms. Cullen was admitted to practice law in the state of California and to the US District Court of Southern California. In 2011, Ms. Cullen moved to the beautiful town of Jupiter in Florida with her husband and 2 children to be closer to their families and was admitted to practice law in Florida as well.
After she moved she immediately started working as a clerk in Foreclosure Defense cases, received her certification as a Civil and Family Mediator and got trained as a Foreclosure mediator through the RMFM program. She is a member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association, FAWL , BNI and the Hispanic Bar Association.
Staying active in the community is important to her. She belongs to several charity organizations and is a long standing member of her church. Ms. Cullens’ number one priority is providing a healthy, loving and stable environment for her husband and three children. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Ms. Cullen is currently practicing Immigration Law, Family Law and Real Estate Law as a solo practitioner and serves as a Family and Civil Mediator.
Message from Ms. Cullen:
” I’ve been an attorney for the past 12 years. I specialized mostly on Real Estate, Immigration and Family Law. When we moved from California to Florida, I started noticing how frequently the Florida court system uses mediations as part of the litigation process and how effective it is to help find a fast and fair resolution. This motivated me to start looking into becoming a certified Family and Civil Mediator. I love what I do and it fills me with joy to be able to help families and parties in dispute reach an agreement that they can feel confident about.
Feel free to call me at any time for any questions you might have about myself and/ or the mediation process.”