Felipe Mavromatis is a fierce and compassionate advocate. He has represented clients from diverse economic backgrounds—from single mothers on a shoe string budget to clients whose net worth is in the millions.
He loves cultures and languages. He is Greek, Brazilian and American, and he speaks fluent Portuguese and Spanish. He is currently studying Japanese, Farsi and Greek.
Felipe holds a Political Science degree from Brigham Young University, and graduated Cum Laude with honors in research and writing from the University of Illinois College of Law.
He has worked in the Elder Financial Justice Clinic defending rights of the elderly in Champaign, Illinois, served as the Global Communications Liaison for a multinational corporation based out of Provo, Utah, and was a Legislative Intern for the Utah State Senate.
Felipe also served as an Honors Intern with the Federal Bureau of Investigation where he assisted in federal cases on domestic terrorism, child pornography, sex trafficking, and child molestation cases. This work moved him to become a family law attorney and protect the well-being and safety of children.
Felipe is a Husband and Father of two young children. As such, he understands the complexities involved with parenting. He is also active in the community. He participates in many service projects, is active in Boy Scouts, coaches youth soccer, and mentors young people. Felipe is an avid soccer and football fan.
He is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, the Hispanic Bar Association, the Young Lawyer Division of the Florida Bar, and serves on the Community Service and Mentoring Committees.