Ms. Neal attended Texas State University from 1998 to 2006, where she received both her bachelor’s and master’s degree. In 2003, Ms. Neal graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice, with an emphasis in Pre-Law. She went on to graduate with a Master of Arts in Legal Studies. After obtaining her undergraduate degree, Ms. Neal begin working as a file clerk in Austin, Texas at a medium sized law firm that specialized in education and insurance defense and began attending graduate school. Towards the end of graduate school she relocated to Houston, Texas where she has gained experience in insurance defense, document review, family law, corporate law and criminal defense and became a Texas Certified Paralegal.
After taking a break from the legal field and teaching 9th grade World Geography, Ms. Neal moved to Florida and began working in the legal field again in Palm Beach County. Ms. Neal has continued to expand her legal knowledge as a legal secretary and paralegal supporting litigation attorneys in the fields of business/commercial litigation, condominium/homeowner association disputes, foreclosure, employment, personal injury, landlord-tenant, and trial practice. Ms. Neal has also assisted various attorneys with transactions. Ms. Neal is a Florida Registered paralegal with substantial experience in the field of litigation with a focus on practice and procedure.