Whitney C. Miranda focuses on probate and estate planning at Genders-Alvarez-Diecidue, P.A. Born and raised in Tampa, she is a third generation native and the daughter of former local law enforcement officers. Ms. Miranda graduated from H.B. Plant High School and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Tampa in 2005. She obtained her Juris Doctorate at The Thomas M. Cooley Law School, in Lansing, Michigan in 2008. Ms. Miranda initially joined Curt Genders, P.A. in 2000 as a paralegal, while seeking her undergraduate degree. She left the firm in 2006 to attend law school and returned in June of 2009 to join Genders-Alvarez-Diecidue, P.A. as an attorney.
While attending Cooley Law School, Ms. Miranda spent time working in the Sixty Plus Elder Law Clinic, providing pro bono legal services to low income senior citizens. She also served as a Student Ambassador at Cooley Law School, and continues to volunteer at Cooley Law School’s newly opened Tampa campus. Ms. Miranda enjoys volunteering with the Hillsborough County Bar Association’s Community Services Committee, specifically in the annual Make A Wish Day program for disabled veterans and in the Law Week programs for local school children. When away from the office, Ms. Miranda enjoys spending time with her husband and their daughter.
Contact me at: WCM@GendersAlvarez.com