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Christina M. Miner, Associate Attorney

Christina M. Miner


Associate attorney

Orlando, Florida, attorney Christina M. Miner is an associate attorney at Bloodworth Law, PLLC. Christina handles Personal Injury Protection (PIP) litigation, commercial litigation, and estate and probate litigation.

Christina joined the team in April 2019 and has a range of legal experience in Central Florida law that began in 2009. Her focus is on client goals and providing options that best resolve legal issues.

“In estate litigation, I get to look at what clients have, what their goals are, and their wishes,” Christina said. “It’s my job to solve the financial puzzles and legal problems. Then I can figure out how to put it together into what will meet their needs.”

Prior to Bloodworth Law, Christina handled trust and estate planning, family law, and guardianships with several Orlando law firms. Christina also worked for the Department of Children and Families, and the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel.

Christina earned a Juris doctor from Florida A&M University College of Law. Christina earned a Bachelor of Science, and then, a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida. Additionally, Christina attended Valencia Community College Law Enforcement Academy.

Christina, a Tallahassee, Florida, native has always been interested in the legal field and admits she used to play The Game of Life.

“I wanted to get that lawyer card because I liked the idea of going to court,” Christina said.

Today, Christina goes to battle for Bloodworth Law clients addressing each case with attention to details to solve problems.

Christina enjoys cooking food of all types for her family. She likes hiking, biking and going to the beach (St. George Island Beach is her favorite). Christina volunteers and provides child guardianship and child guardian advocate services.

  • Juris Doctorate, Florida A&M College of Law, 2008
  • Master of Science, University of Central Florida, 2005
  • Bachelor of Science, University of Central Florida, 1996
  • Bloodworth Law, PLLC, April 2019 to Present
  • The Orlando Law Group, 2018-19
  • Giles & Robinson, P.A., 2016-18
  • The Veliz Law Firm, 2013-16
  • Florida Department of Children and Families, 2011-13
  • Florida Office of Criminal Conflict, September 2009-11
  • The Florida Bar Association, Admitted 2009
  • Orange County Bar Association, Member, 2009 – Present
  • OCBA Estates, Guardianships, and Trusts Chair
  • OCBA Estates, Guardianships, and Trusts Steering Committee
  • National Association of Divorce Professionals (Orange County Group)
  • Central Florida Estate Planning Council
  • Attorney Ad Litem for Children with Disabilities
  • Recognition by Florida Supreme Court for Exceptional Pro Bono Service 2016
  • Guardian ad Litem and Attorney ad Litem
  • Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar
  • National Association of Divorce Professionals (Orange County Group)
  • Central Florida Estate Planning Council
  • WMFE Community Advisory Board
  • WMFE Community Outreach and Engagement Board
  • Tiger Bay of Central Florida
  • Speaker, Women on the Rise
  • I was recognized by The Florida Supreme Court for Exceptional Pro Bono Service, 2016
  • I was named Guardian ad Litem 2013-Present
  • I was named Attorney ad Litem, and Attorney ad Litem for Children with Disabilities, 2013-17

I like when my clients are honest with me. Be completely honest so that I can be honest with you and give you the best advice.

Yes, sometimes clients want to leave things out for whatever reason. Sometimes cases are really complicated, and yes, it can take a little while longer. But working with my clients, I want them to have the documents and answers so that things can happen. I like to keep things moving. I do not let things come to a pause on cases.

For example, when a client comes to me on a probate issue and their parents did the estate planning, it’s a relief because people think that probate is going to take forever—and sometimes it feels like it can.

But when there’s proper planning, or you can get the documents in quickly, it doesn’t have to take that long. That makes people so happy… and things can go really smoothly.

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I was recognized by The Florida Supreme Court for Exceptional Pro Bono Service, 2016

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  • I was named Guardian ad Litem 2013-Present
  • I was named Attorney ad Litem, and Attorney ad Litem for Children with Disabilities, 2013-17
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