The Men’s Divorce Law Firm is proud to have been included in Orlando Sentinel’s Top 100 Companies for Working Families. The Orlando Sentinel states, “The Top 100 application consisted of a series of questions to determine what benefits are provided in categories of core benefits, family-related benefits, work environment, communication, and training.”
Managing Attorney, Jeffrey Feulner, started the Men’s Divorce Law Firm seven years ago. His 14 employees are all women. He says that didn’t happen by design: When he fills a job he looks for a certain type of person — family-first employees who are eager to volunteer in the community.
Since the beginning of the year, The Men’s Divorce Law Firm staff has participated in numerous community events.
On July 24, the Men’s Divorce Law Firm proudly sponsored the local philanthropic organization Guys With Ties in their 5th annual “White Party.” Guys With Ties raises money for local charities that focus on special needs of the Central Florida community. This particular event was also sponsored by The Fatone Family Foundation and a total of $10,500 was raised for the organization, My Healing Harmony.
On June 12, Harbor House of Central Florida hosted the 2010 Princess Ball benefitting their organization. The event invited fathers to bring their daughters out for a special evening of dining, dancing, and carriage rides. Harbor House of Central Florida provides safe shelter, a 24-hour crisis hotline, counseling, emotional support, and legal advocacy for domestic violence survivors and their children. The goal of Harbor House is to eliminate domestic violence by providing safety, shelter, empowerment, and education to victims. The Men’s Divorce Law Firm was happy to support this event because it not only supported a great cause, but it also encouraged fathers to spend a special night with their daughters.
On April 15, The Men’s Divorce Law Firm participated in the Annual Orlando Corporate 5K. The race beneficiaries included: Track Shack, a non-profit promoting health, fitness, and youth athletics, and Parramore Kidz Zone, a local program whose mission is to turn Orlando into a healthy place for children. The event included a Canned Food Drive sponsored by the Christian Service Center.
On Saturday, March 20, several members of the Men’s Divorce Law Firm participated in the Inland Volleyball Club 5K at Timber Creek High School. Proceeds from the event went towards players from the Inland Volleyball Club who receive financial assistance for tuition. This included players who participate in the club, summer camps and clinics.
Members of the Men’s Divorce Law Firm visited the 51st Annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival on March 19th. The festival ran from March 19th to March 21st and showcased over 200 artists from a variety of specialties. The firm was especially excited to see one of this year’s featured emerging artists, Richard Auger. Richard was the photographer at the firm’s Holiday Hangover Party in January, and the staff enjoyed seeing his other work at the festival.
On March 6, over 800 people (including Men’s Divorce Law Firm staff members) came out to support the community by participating in the 2nd Annual Fiddler’s Green 5K. The money raised from the event went to Special Olympics Florida and the YMCA Scholarship Fund.
On March 2, members of the firm were in attendance at Best Buddies latest Central Florida event, which raised money to further the non-profit organization’s current and future projects. Best Buddies is a non-profit organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Men’s Divorce Law Firm strongly believes in community service and takes pride in knowing that its support and contributions help to positively affect others.
On February 20, three staff members from The Men’s Divorce Law Firm participated in the 23rd Annual Sight and Sole walk benefitting Lighthouse Central Florida. The organization helps local citizens with impaired vision. Lighthouse invited participants to complete the walk blindfolded to really experience what life is like for the organization’s beneficiaries. Natalie Ramirez, the firm’s Client Relations Manager, agreed to be blindfolded and was guided by a legal assistant, Jennifer Bunting, through the walk.
On February 19, the Orange County Convention Center opened its doors to greet Central Florida’s Latin community with a special fund raising event, appropriately named Bailamos (Let’s Dance). The Latin inspired show was sprinkled with many talented local and national dancers such as Katia Garza, Daniel Benavides, Chiaki Yasukawa, Patric Palkens and the nationally acclaimed former Orlando Ballet star, Israel Rodriguez. The Men’s Divorce Law Firm is a proud sponsor of the arts, especially the Orlando Ballet. Members of the firm were in attendance and were pleased to have been part of such a unique cultural event.
Managing Attorney, Jeffrey Feulner, and his legal staff are proud to accept such an important title of being one of the top companies to work for in Central Florida.