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Savannah Young Cerullo

Savannah Young Cerullo

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As a Polk County attorney at Boswell & Dunlap LLP, Savannah Young Cerullo treats each case that crosses her desk as a top priority. She focuses on family law, civil litigation, criminal law, and municipal law. When it comes to protecting the interests and rights of our clients, she is relentless and pragmatic. She strives to provide our clients with a comprehensive understanding of their options so that they can make well-informed decisions that are also strategic.

Before joining our long-established law firm, Attorney Savannah Young Cerullo worked as a staff attorney at the Tenth Judicial Circuit and mainly handled cases in the felony criminal law division. She earned her law degree from the Fredric G. Levin College of Law at the University of Florida and her undergraduate degree from the University of Richmond. During her legal studies, she was vice-president of the college's chapter of Phi Alpha Delta, a law fraternity.

A Polk County native, Attorney Savanah Young Cerullo is proud to be a fifth generation Floridian. In 2010, she was admitted into the Florida Bar. Facing a legal issue that needs to be resolved in Hardee County, Highlands County or Polk County? She can carefully analyze your case during a complimentary initial consultation and recommend the strongest course of action you should take. She will guide you through the entire legal process until your case is finalized in the most favorable and timely manner possible. Should you choose to entrust your case to her, you can feel peace of mind in knowing that your future is in good and caring hands.

Speak with Attorney Savannah Young Cerullo about your case today.

EDUCATION

  • University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law, J.D. - 2009
  • University of Richmond, B.A.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS

  • Bartow Kiwanis Club
  • Florida Bar

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