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Angelica Redd

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Angelica was born and raised in Florida, and has resided in Altamonte Springs for 9 years. She brings over 6 years of customer service experience to the firm, and is thrilled to bring her passion for assisting clients to the legal team.

She is a mother of one daughter and during her free time she enjoys going on exotic vacations, spending time with her friends and family as well as trying new restaurants.

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1901 W Colonial Dr,
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