Khara Alvero was born and raised in Dunedin, Florida. She attended the University of Florida, receiving a B.A. in Liberal Arts and Sciences in 2000. Ms. Alvero then attended the Florida Coastal School of Law and received a JD in 2003. She was admitted to the bar in Florida in 2003.
Ms. Alvero worked through her undergraduate years at the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida and as a paralegal for the law firm of Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, a prominent Gainesville firm. In law school in Jacksonville, Ms. Alvero worked as a paralegal for the law firm of Boyer, Tanzler & Sussman. She also gained valuable experience interning with the Department of Justice as a Certified Legal Intern.
After graduating law school, Ms. Alvero joined the State Attorney’s Office in the Seventh Judicial Circuit, primarily working in Daytona Beach, Florida as an Assistant State Attorney. She was assigned misdemeanor and felony cases. Ms. Alvero later transferred to the Fifth Judicial Circuit working primary in Hernando County as an Assistant State Attorney.
Ms. Alvero joined the law firm now known as the Mander Law Group in 2005 where she practices both criminal and family law.
While in law school, Ms. Alvero interned for the Seventh Circuits Guardian Ad Litem’s Office representing children in criminal and family law cases.
Since joining Mander Law Group, Ms. Alvero has continued to represent families by using her background to help families navigate through complex cases, particulary family cases that involve multiple areas of the law such as criminal charges, injunctions, and divorce or child custody.
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