Commercial Litigation / Contract Disputes / Fraud / Real Estate Disputes / Landlord Tenant Disputes / Guardianship & Probate Litigation
Heloiza A. Correa, P.A. was established in 2016 by its founding member Heloiza A. Correa, Esq., a University of Miami School of Law Alumni, in order to provide quality legal and litigation services to its clients. Heloiza A. Correa began her legal career at the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office as a prosecutor in March 2010. During her tenure as a prosecutor, Heloiza A. Correa received multiple promotions and recognitions, including an award by MADD for her work with next of kin of victims of drunk driving cases. After three and a half years of proudly serving her community, Heloiza A. Correa gained an extraordinary amount of litigation experience, handling matters from its inception through jury verdicts. As a prosecutor, she successfully tried over 30 jury trials, including but not limited to, first degree murder cases, kidnapping, rape, drug trafficking, and organized schemes to defraud. Her ability to handle a large case load and provide quality representation to the people of the State of Florida proved to be an asset after she transitioned into civil litigation.
In 2013, Heloiza A. Correa joined a boutique law firm in Brickell, wherein she represented plaintiffs and defendants in all manners of general business, commercial real estate, commercial litigation, lis pendens hearings, bonds, probate, trust, and guardianship litigation. Heloiza A. Correa spent the next three years representing all ranges of clients, from underdogs to multi-million dollar business owners. As one of the Senior Associates with extensive litigation experience, she handled a large quantity of hearings and trials with successful results.
Now in her own firm, Heloiza A. Correa’s experience and work philosophy allows her clients to receive quality work at all points of their legal representation: from demand letters to jury trials. With Heloiza A. Correa, P.A. clients do not have to worry about switching attorneys if their matters are not resolved prior to trial.