Your Orlando Business and Family Lawyer

Lauren M. Ilvento has been practicing law since 1995. She currently focuses her practice in the following areas: family law, in particular with cases with international, jurisdictional, and business issues; and general business and corporate law; and civil litigation. She is Board Certified in Marital and Family Law and is trained in Collaborative Law.

Throughout her practice, Ms. Ilvento has represented a wide variety of clients, from multinational corporations to local businesses and individuals, in matters ranging from domestic and international family law cases to establishing business entities throughout the world. She is skilled in resolving contract and intellectual property disputes, drafting and reviewing business contracts. litigating commercial disputes. Assisting with with multi-million dollar corporate acquisitions; and assisting in the research and implementation of tax planning vehicles. 

Business and Corporate Law & Litigation

Business and Corporate Law

Our legal professionals provide an extensive range of services on business and corporate issues, from incorporation of new businesses to the drafting, negotiation and enforcement of contracts, to negotiating partner disputes and business "break-ups."

A key service of the firm is operating as “outside-in-house counsel,” providing our business clients with efficient and cost-effective counsel without the cost of employing full-time counsel. 

Business Litigation

Business issues sometimes result in disputes that must be resolved through the court system. In these situations, we provide tough, effective and aggressive representation, and work to resolve such disputes both cost-effectively and to the greatest benefit for our client.

We believe in de-mystifying the legal process by providing you with the information and advice you need to make informed decisions concerning your lawsuit from start to resolution.


Domestic & International Family Law

Lauren Ilvento has guided and counseled hundreds of individuals facing difficult decisions in their personal lives. Whether the issue is divorce, custody, support, or changes relating to finances or geography, she can help.

As an attorney qualified to practice under Hague Convention rules, she can provide important skill, experience and insight when a spouse, ex-spouse or involved family member is outside of the U.S., whether Europe, Latin America or Asia. She speaks fluent French, has lived and studied abroad, and has provided support in a wide range of international situations.