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Patricia Sciarrino represents clients in Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River & Okeechobee counties in marital and family law matters, including the following areas:

Patricia Sciarrino understands the emotional and financial stress involved in a family court proceeding. She provides personal service and attention and keeps you fully informed of all developments in your case. With Patricia as your attorney, you can be confident that the legal aspects of your case are being handled professionally and comprehensively, so that you can be relieved of one major source of anxiety. This will help provide the freedom you need to attend to the very difficult personal aspects of recovery, so that you can begin to move on with your life. Contact Patricia today to find out how she can help you.

Patricia Sciarrino represents clients in Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River & Okeechobee counties in marital and family law matters, including the following areas:

Patricia Sciarrino understands the emotional and financial stress involved in a family court proceeding. She provides personal service and attention and keeps you fully informed of all developments in your case. With Patricia as your attorney, you can be confident that the legal aspects of your case are being handled professionally and comprehensively, so that you can be relieved of one major source of anxiety. This will help provide the freedom you need to attend to the very difficult personal aspects of recovery, so that you can begin to move on with your life. Contact Patricia today to find out how she can help you.

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900 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Suite 130D
Stuart, FL 34994
Phone: (772) 463-8017
Fax: (772) 463-1558

Available By Appointment

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