Before entering the University Of Florida Fredric G. Levin College Of Law and earning his Juris Doctor, attorney Joel A. Spector worked as an assistant flight systems engineer in providing flight, test and engineering support to NASA. He assigned, tested and installed equipment for the astronaut flight crews of Apollo 7 through 11 to ensure safe transportation from the suiting facility to the launch pad. He was also an instructor at the Naval Training Center and Valencia Community College. Currently, he operates his own law practice in Orlando, Flo. Attorney Joel A. Spector is a proud member of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and Fifth Circuit and a member of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District.
The Client Approach: Attorney Joel A. Spector
Attorney Joel A. Spector is a legal professional with a human touch. When you step into his law office, expect an attorney who truly listens to your individual circumstances and needs. From there, he lets clients know all of their legal options and provides legal solutions that work in the real world. Whether it’s a family-related matter or criminal matter, attorney Joel A. Spector works closely with all of his clients to ensure their rights are protected under the law and that they are treated fairly during the legal process. His goal is justice.
Legal Services: The Law Office of Joel A. Spector
The Law Office of Joel A. Spector represents clients in family law issues, such as divorce, child custody and child visitation along with criminal law, except for murder. He’s committed to doing what’s best for the family and is a strong advocate of mediation. Mediation is less combative, less costly and less time consuming than going to trial. During mediation, he acts as legal coach and assists clients with preparing for the meetings and settlement agreement.
In the criminal arena, attorney Joel A. Spector keeps clients abreast of the legal proceedings during arraignment, pre-trial and trial. If it’s in his client’s best interests, he will collaborate with the prosecutor for a plea bargain. If the case does goes to trial, he will have all of the evidence ready and present a powerful defense strategy. His previous wins include dismissal of criminal charges, reduction in charges and reduction in sentence.