6220 S. Orange Blossom Trl., Suite 100, Orlando, FL 32809
Arias Law Offices
WHAT A JOURNEY: With the passing of this year Mr. Arias has been a lawyer for over 30 years. He is a graduate from Florida State University College of Law and while attending, had the distinction and privilege of serving on Law Review.
“My years at FSU Law were some of the best years of my life. I will never forget my professors, classmates, and Friday afternoons on the lawn. Ehrhardt was remarkable and Gey brilliant. It was a great experience, thank you FSU.”
As a young lawyer, his time as an assistant state attorney was invaluable. The opportunity of going to Court daily and prosecuting criminals was a very “real world, eye opening experience”.
“Can’t beat it! I recommend any lawyer interested in trial work, to spend time working with either the State Attorney’s or Public Defender’s Office. The experience gained is unmatched. It is a super chance to see how this industry works, and on occasion, get a peak from behind the curtain. I was lucky enough to have prosecuted before the Honorable Judge Hitt in Misdemeanor and Honorable Judge Eaton in Felony. Both were instrumental in the development of my legal career. Another unexpected benefit was working along side other prosecutors that eventually became my friends. I have never been able to duplicate that spirit of fellowship and camaraderie again. Thank you, Jack, Pete, Andy, Jim, Jose and the list goes on…”
After leaving the State Attorney’s Office, Mr. Arias went into private practice with various firms practicing in other areas of the law, such as Civil, Family, Personal Injury, and Immigration.
“The person that stands out most in my mind is, non-other than, Mr. Silver. He taught me the business side of law and a whole lot more. He was a mentor and a friend. Thank you, Stan, for taking a chance on me.”
Attorney Arias opened his own Solo law practice approximately 17 years ago, in a small office with no secretary. Eventually, his wife came on board to help carry the case load and from there things began to grow. He continues to work his law practice in Orlando, FL. focusing on Immigration and Nationality Law. Now, his office services individuals, families, and businesses from all over the world in achieving the American Dream.
“I have learned that you can’t be a ‘Jack-Of-All-Trades’, it’s important to find a niche and it should be something you enjoy doing. For me, the most rewarding legal work that I have done is Immigration. I believe the United States is the greatest Country in the world and there is no better place to live. I find satisfaction in helping others achieve this dream. Thank you.”