JUPITER, FL (June 21, 2012) – Kandyce Key of the Meyer Law Firm has received her designation as a Florida Registered Paralegal (FRP). Approved by the Supreme Court, the Florida Registered Paralegal program provides for registration of paralegals that meet minimum educational, certification or work experience. As an FRP, Kandyce must abide by the Code of Ethics and Responsibility set forth by the Florida Bar as well as complete 30 hours of Continuing Education Credits every 3 years, the same requirements Florida Bar attorneys must meet. The goal of the FRP registration is to better serve the public by establishing high professional standards and giving the public additional assurance about the quality of legal services they receive. As an FRP Kandyce performs delegated substantive legal work under the supervision of attorney Colette K. Meyer, a member of The Florida Bar.

Kandyce, who joined the Meyer Law Firm team in 2005, received an Associate of Science degree in paralegal studies in 2001 and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in legal studies in 2004, graduating from South University in West Palm Beach, Florida. Kandyce maintained her relationship with South University as an assistant instructor, teaching Legal Research and Writing from 2005 through 2008. Kandyce has fifteen years of legal experience involving civil litigation, construction litigation and commercial collections. At Meyer Law Firm, Kandyce’s primary duties include guardianship and probate and trust litigation.

In addition to her work as a paralegal, Kandyce is President of the Northern Palm Beach Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association and active in the National Notary Association.

“We congratulate Kandyce on her new status as a Florida Registered Paralegal” Colette Meyer said. “Having an outstanding team of educated and experienced paralegals enables us to better address our clients’ legal matters and Kandyce’s designation as an FRP is an indication of her dedication to her paralegal field and our clients.”

Serving the greater Jupiter community since 1998, Meyer Law Firm focuses on estate planning, wills, trusts, probate and estate administration and guardianships. The firm’s experience also extends into real estate, handling contract closings, Florida residency planning, and real estate tax appeals.

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