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Brenda Rojas

Brenda Rojas, Paralegal and Licensed Title Agent

Phone: 813-490-5212
Email: Brenda@WestchaseLaw.com

Ms. Rojas born in New York, and later moved to Ohio where Ms. Rojas graduated from college with her certification as a paralegal. Moved to Florida in 1986 and worked for several large firms, ultimately joined an attorney in private practice for 14 years as head paralegal and office manager focusing primarily in corporate and real estate law. In the year 2000, Ms. Rojas opened her own title insurance agency and real estate company. Ms. Rojas merged her successful business with Westchase Title, LLC, in 2010. Ms. Rojas also served on the board as treasurer of NAHREP and was a founder of a chapter here in the Tampa Bay Area for 2 years. Ms. Rojas has over 30 years of experience in real estate and serves as a paralegal for Westchase Law and manages Westchase Title, LLC where she uses her substantial experience in real estate law and her experience as a licensed title agent since 1999 where she provides high quality service to our clients. Ms. Rojas speaks fluent Spanish.

Mary Ellen Nostrand

Mary Ellen Nostrand, Paralegal

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Bianca Trevisan

Bianca Trevisan, Law Clerk

Bianca was born and raised in Brazil, where she graduated from Law School and initiated her profession. She recently moved to the United States to dedicate her studies towards an international law career. She currently holds the position of a Law Clerk and aspires to provide the utmost quality of legal services to both clients and colleagues.

Ashley Campbell

Ashley Campbell, Office Manager

Ashley recently relocated to the Tampa area from Oklahoma with her husband and two children. Her entire working career has been dedicated to providing administrative assistance in many capacities.

She strives to provide high-quality customer service and make every client feel welcome and heard.

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