Aliana Payret now focuses her practice on probate administration involving wrongful death and the effectuation of settlements involving minor children (i.e., friendly suits).
Aliana also assists carriers with issues relating to immigration law. She started her legal career at a plaintiff’s law firm in Southwest Florida, where she gained experience in personal injury litigation, immigration law, and criminal defense.
While in law school, Ms. Payret was very active in Phi Delta Phi Honors Fraternity, Hispanic American Law Students Association, Women’s Law Student Association, and the Volunteer Immigrant Student Alliance. She also worked as an intern for the Farm Workers Association of Florida and the Immigrant Rights Clinic at Florida Coastal
School of Law.
Prior to graduating from law school, Ms. Payret spent a summer semester in Madrid, Spain. She first spent a semester in Spain as an undergraduate while studying international law and the legal system of the European Union.
Volunteer work is important to Ms. Payret. She is active with charitable and community service organizations that assist immigrants and victims of domestic abuse. In her previous experience as an immigration attorney, she helped human trafficking victims remain in the country. Earlier in her career, Ms. Payret helped the Abuse Counseling
and Treatment (A.C.T.) of Labelle, Florida, raise funds for a new facility, in part through a grant from The Florida Bar.
- Wrongful Death
- Personal Injury
- Friendly Suits
- The Florida Bar, Member
- Lakeland Bar Association
- 10th Judicial Circuit Young Lawyers Section
- Lakeland Chamber of Commerce
- Bartow Chamber of Commerce
- J.D., International & Comparative Law Certificate, Florida Coastal School of Law, 2012
- B.A., Stetson University, 2009
- Florida, 2013
- U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, 2014