Located in the heart of downtown Boynton Beach, Florida, the Law Office of Taryn G. Sinatra, Esq., is dedicated to serving individuals and families throughout South Florida, exclusively in the areas of marital and family law.
Ms. Sinatra has experienced a diverse range of family law matters, from simple to high conflict matters. Board Certified in Marital & Family Law; she is highly regarded by both her colleagues and the judiciary, alike. With over a decade of experience, Ms. Sinatra is uniquely qualified to handle complex marital and family law negotiations and litigation.
Our team works closely with each client, providing the personal attention and care each client deserves in these sensitive matters.
We believe in showing compassion and understanding to our clients and their families in these difficult times and understand the balance of striving to reach an amicable resolution, while being able to advocate for our client aggressively, no matter how simple or complex the matter.
Addison J. Hosner, Esq. joined the Law Office of Taryn G. Sinatra in May, 2019 as an Associate Attorney, focusing his practice in the area of marital and family law.
Mr. Hosner is a Florida native, born and raised Fort Myers, Florida. Mr. Hosner attended Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, attaining his B.A. in Journalism. After working in the Boynton Beach area post-graduation, Addison pursued his passion in law and attended Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska.
During his time in Omaha, Addison concurrently completed his Juris Doctor degree alongside two Master of Science degrees, graduating with all three degrees in three years. He holds a Master of Science degree in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution and a Master of Science degree in Government Organization and Leadership, as well as having completed mediation training to become a certified mediator by the Nebraska Mediation Association.
While in Omaha, Mr. Hosner clerked for the law firm of Welsh & Welsh, working under a Top 100 National Trial Lawyer, specializing in plaintiffs personal injury. He spent a semester studying international criminal law abroad in The Hague, Netherlands and Nuremberg, Germany, the site of the historic Nuremberg Trials following World War II. Additionally, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., working for the Cato Institute’s Center for Constitutional Studies as a legal intern under direction by leaders in the field. Addison was selected for and is currently a part of the James Madison Institute’s Leaders Fellowship program for under-40-year-old professionals in the state of Florida.