Chelsea L. Metka
Attorney & Counselor at Law
Attorney & Counselor at Law
Principal and founder of The Metka Law Firm, Chelsea has extensive experience representing clients in complex Real Estate, Construction and Business Law issues. Her invaluable insight into the crucial aspects of business administration has addressed the needs of numerous small and mid-size businesses in Central Florida. From assisting first time home buyers to delivering legal counsels to businesses, Chelsea works with all her clients to ensure that everything is done right the first time.
Having grown up in large family of business and real estate professionals in Clermont, Florida, Chelsea maintains strong personal and professional ties within both the Lake and Orange County communities. She graduated from the Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and went on to obtain her Law Degree from Florida State University’s College of Law. There Chelsea regularly maintained Dean’s List status and was an active member of the FSU Law Review, serving as an Editor on the Volume 40 Executive Board. She also received a book award in Criminal Police Procedure that recognized her as the highest ranked student in her class. Chelsea received admittance to the Florida Bar upon graduating with honors and spent the following years as an associate attorney for an established law firm before starting The Metka Law Firm.
When she’s not at the office, Chelsea enjoys spending time with her family, running, biking, boating, and enjoying the numerous other benefits of living in Central Florida.
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