Maria Boudreaux was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. Maria attended the University of Memphis, graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. After obtaining her degree, Maria enjoyed a long and successful career as a Bankruptcy Paralegal in the Western District of Tennessee.
From Tennessee, Maria moved to Florida to attend law school at WMU Cooley. While in law school, Maria was an active member of the campus, participating in a number of campus groups including Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society, Children’s Advocacy Law Society, Military Veterans Law Society and the WMU Cooley Law School Legal Clinic. Maria received Cooley’s prestigous Leadership Achievement Award and graduated cum laude.
Away from the office, Maria is a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Maria and her family have proudly served their community by volunteering with the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Memphis in May International Festival, and St. Stephen’s Catholic Church in Riverview, FL. Maria’s husband, son and daughter-in-law all honorably served their country in the United States Navy. As a result, Maria proudly supports the causes and interests affecting service members, veterans and their families. To that end, Maria is an accredited attorney with the Veterans Administration. In her free time, Maria enjoys spending time with her family, reading, visiting history museums, traveling and relaxing on the beach.
Areas of Practice
- Consumer Bankruptcy (Chapter 7 and Chapter 13)
- Estate Planning
Professional Associations and Memberships
- The Florida Bar
- Real Property Probate Law Section — Member
- Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Assocation
- The Bankruptcy Clinic
- Attorney ad Litem