Member Profile - M. Krista Barth


Membership Level

Sustaining Member

Employer

Eric M. Sauerberg, P.A.

Email

krista@emsattorneys.com

Business Phone

(561) 776-0330

Website

https://t.co/3l0tuBIxlM

Address

200 Village Square Xing, Suite 102, Palm Beach Gardens,, FL 33410, United States

Law School

University of Baltimore

Practice Area 1

Commercial

Practice Area 2

Estates/Probate

Practice Area 3

Family/Domestic

 

BIO

M. Krista Barth was born in Buffalo, New York, January 2, 1968; Ms. Barth attended Daemen College (B.S., 1990) and University of Baltimore School of Law (J.D., 1993). Delta Mu Delta; Pi Gamma Mu. Ms. Barth was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 1993, District of Columbia in 1994, Florida in 2001, and New York in 2007. Ms. Barth is Family Law and County Court Mediator in Florida. Member: The Florida Bar (Family Services Section); Bar Association of the District of Columbia and Maryland State Bar Association, Inc. Ms. Barth's Practice Areas include Commercial Litigation, Estate and Trust Litigation, Family Law


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