Hope M. Hubbard
Hope is a Florida Bar registered paralegal and has in excess of 13 years experience in the areas of consumer bankruptcy, family law, and workers’ compensation. Her professional career began in 1997 when she joined the law firm of “Attorney & Counselor at Law, David P. Ginzberg, P.A.”, a general practice law firm, located in Boynton Beach, Florida. In 2001, Hope wanted to devote more time helping animals, so she volunteered to give her time and energy at the Arnold’s Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, ( http://www.arnoldswildlife.org/), located in Okeechobee, Florida. During the next 3 years Hope worked with exotic cats and other animals and gained over 1000 hours of experience, time which was needed to obtain her license to possess special wildlife in the state of Florida. Hope then resumed her work in the legal field on a full time basis, dedicated her bankruptcy experience to helping people in financial crisis. In 2008 Hope decided to take a hiatus from her legal work and went to work for Busch Wildlife Center, located in Jupiter, Florida. Busch is an animal facility for Florida’s wildlife. Many times Busch is called upon to take in exotics that have been confiscated by Florida Fish & Game or when the animals were found running loose in some of Florida’s communities. Hope then worked for consumer bankruptcy attorneys Meyer & Nunez, where she administered and performed all bankruptcy preparations, filings, motions, amendments, as well as attending all client contacts & meetings for Meyer & Nunez, a Miami-Dade bankruptcy law firm. In 2010 Hope joined Jupiter Legal Advocates, assuming the responsibility of revamping the firm’s web-site design, and revised and modernized the bankruptcy department at Jupiter Legal Advocates.
Hope is dedicated to learning as much as possible about consumer bankruptcy. She has attended many bankruptcy educational courses, training classes and has obtained a great deal of knowledge in the bankruptcy area throughout her career. She has worked on many successful bankruptcy filings in the state of Florida.
Hope holds a B.S. in Behavioral Psychology, from Florida Atlantic University, an A.S. in Paralegal Studies from South University, and an A.A. from the Fort Lauderdale School of the Arts. She also holds an exotic animal license with Florida Wildlife Fish & Game Commission. We hope you will get to know Hope and that she will assist you in any way possible. Please feel free to ask Hope about her special hobbies and interests, including her very special pet!