Mike Chionopoulos is pleased to announce that Absolute Law has gained two associate attorneys, Devin J. Mace and D. Nicole Lang, to the firm.
“Our clients will benefit tremendously from the knowledge and expertise of our new associate attorneys,” said Mike Chionopoulos, founder of the firm.
Devin J. Mace and D. Nicole Lang are both from Southwest Florida and graduated from Mariner High School.
Mace obtained his law degree from Ave Maria in May 2012 and was admitted to the Florida Bar in September 2012. He practices in the area of family law and is a passionate litigator, fighting for his clients’ rights in court when necessary.
D. Nicole Lang, formerly with two law firms in the area, is eager to represent clients at Absolute Law in the areas of family and mediation disputes, foreclosure, Social Security Disability, as well as, VA disability disputes. Lang obtained her law degree from Coastal University in Jacksonville and was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2011.
About Absolute Law
Absolute Law was founded by Mike Chionopoulos and provides legal services in the areas of civil litigation, contracts, family law (including divorce, paternity, custody and child support), foreclosures, sexual harassment, corporations (including formation, maintenance and litigation), insurance claims, personal injury, and wills and trusts. Chionopoulos is a member of the Florida Bar Association, and the Lee County Bar Association. Chionopoulos is also a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and is admitted to practice law in the states of Florida and Oklahoma, in the United States District Courts of the Middle District of Florida, Western District of Oklahoma, Northern District of Oklahoma and the Eastern District of Wisconsin, as well as the 6th,7th, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th United States Circuit Courts of Appeal. He is also admitted to practice in the United States Court of Appeal of the Armed Forces, the Veterans Board of Appeals, the Court of Appeals of Veterans’ Claims, as well as the United States Supreme Court.
Chionopoulos served as a trial litigator and was a judge in Oklahoma’s 7th Judicial District prior to moving to Florida. He also served as an Infantry Officer in the U.S. Army, and was decorated for his service as a field-grade officer in the Middle East. For more information about Absolute Law, please visit www.absolutelaw.net or call 239-349-8010.