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WHAT WE BELIEVE

Value Billing & Flat Fees

We believe that clients should pay for the value of the services received and should pay one fee for their legal work.  Clients should know exactly how much they are paying and can be comfortable knowing that their legal matter can be handled for that fee. We do not believe that clients should be charged an hourly rate, excluding litigation. This approach allows us to charge a flat fee for our services.  

Communication

​We believe that all appointments with the Attorney should be scheduled.  This approach allows the Attorney to prepare and focus only on that client at that time.  The attorney can give all their attention to that client to ensure that their specific issues and concerns are addressed during that appointment.  We have  secure client forms where clients can exchange documents and communicate with the attorney online.

Commitment to Nature

At Jolly Esquire, we believe in utilizing technology because we respect the environment.  We are committed to being a paperless office and reduce the use of paper in an effort to save trees.  We only print paperwork when it is absolutely necessary to print.  We also maintain electronic practice management and document management software. 


AWARDS WE HAVE WON

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Kamilah M. Jolly, Esq.

Attorney Kamilah Jolly was born in Jamaica and raised in Miami, Florida. By the time of her high school graduation, Jolly had completed over 1,000 hours of community service. Jolly attended Miami Norland Senior High School where her class load consisted of Honors and Advanced placement courses. She graduated in the top 10 percent of her high school class. In the spring of 2004, Jolly graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Elementary Education and received her certificate to teach kindergarten through sixth grade. Jolly pursued her legal education and graduated from Florida A&M University, College of Law in 2007.


In November of 2008, Jolly opened Jolly Esquire, PLLC. Jolly Esquire, PLLC provides legal and consulting services in the areas of Business, Intellectual Property: Trademarks & Copyrights, and Simple Estate Plans. Jolly has assisted over 150+ aspiring business owners and entrepreneurs by helping them to achieve a fresh financial start. Jolly has served as the Founding President of the FAMU College of Law Alumni Alliance, which is the governing body of the FAMU College of Law Alumni. She was also the Alumni Advisor for the Gwendolyn S. Cherry chapter of Phi Alpha Delta. Jolly has also assisted with the administrative duties to the reestablish the Bankruptcy Clinical Externship at FAMU College of Law. In May 2017, Jolly was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award for Extraordinary Service to Florida A&M University College of Law.

Taisha Pacheco

Taisha Pacheco recently graduated with her Bachelors in Criminal Justice at Florida International University, earning summa cum laude. She hopes to pursue her Law Degree sometime next year.

During her undergraduate career, she was the President of PERIOD., the Vice President of the Pre-Law Association Through Honors, a Peer Mentor, a Student Assistant, FIU Law Path Member (Pre-Law Program), and was invited to be a part of the Phi Kappa Phi Honors Society. While Taisha is studying for the LSAT, she is excited to intern in order to learn more about the intersection between IP and Business Law.

Gabriela Moreno

Gabriela Moreno is a second year Political Science major with a Mass Communications and History minor at the University of Florida. She was born and raised in Miami, Florida and comes from Brazilian as well as Cuban descent. Her passion for law started in her junior year of high school and continued throughout her college career. She now is the Editor In Chief of her community's student run magazine, participates in different media positions in Student Government and is the Assistant Director of her pre-law fraternity. All in all, she hopes to pursue media/intellectual property/copyright law in the near future. Besides her academics, she enjoys hanging out with her friends and re-reading a good book in her free time.


My grandfather said to me before he passed , he simply just said “ Live your life” and I just took that as a way to always live in the present. Therefore, I always strive for greatness everyday in order to satisfy myself.

Maria Varas

Maria Varas is a second year student at the University of Florida studying Business Administration with a specialization in Pre-Law. She is a public relations director of the UF Pre-Legal Honor Society and a writer for the Florida Political Review. Previously, Maria completed a research internship at the UF Student Legal Services Office. In addition, Maria recently graduated from the Florida Leadership Academy, a program for the top one-hundred sophomores at the Heavener School of Business.


Outside of academics, Maria Varas has been involved in orchestra. She was a member of the University of Florida Symphony Orchestra from 2020-2021.

Alex Yang

Alex Yang is a finance student at the University of Florida. After graduation, he hopes to pursue law school and is currently interested in the fields of business law, intellectual property law, and criminal law.


At the University of Florida, he is a Teaching Assistant for the undergraduate Business Law course and was an Associate in the Gator Student Investment Fund’s Consumer Staples Sector. This summer, he plans to begin studying for the LSAT and is excited to learn more about business law, copyright law, and trademark law.

Samantha Sfor

Samantha Sforza is a 3rd year Political Science student on the Pre-Law track at the University of South Florida. She was born and raised in Tampa, Florida and being loyal to her city, decided to continue her education in the heart of Tampa, at USF. Throughout high school, she was part of the National Honor Society and placed in all honors and AP courses. Samantha hopes to graduate with her Bachelors Degree early and get started on her Law Degree before turning 23 years old.


Throughout her college experience she has served customer service roles in a part-time position at Ross and had the flexibility to explore all areas and positions, while taking on managerial tasks. Samantha has also recently joined the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, making her a part of an organization with a diverse membership that cultivates leaders and promotes legal professionalism in our society.