Bobbi L. Meloro
Bobbi Meloro has been practicing law for over 20 years. Her practice areas include Elder Law, Probate, Guardianship, and Special Needs and Estate Planning. These areas involve helping seniors and those with special needs protect their assets and qualify for Medicaid when needed for long-term care as well as helping adults of all ages get their legal and financial affairs in order through proper estate planning.
Ms. Meloro has extensive courtroom experience, having served as first and second chair in several civil jury and non-jury trials. She has earned the highest possible ratings in both legal ability and ethical standards of AV Preeminent* from Martindale-Hubbell and "Superb" from Avvo and has been recognized by Florida Super Lawyers as well as by Florida Trend Magazine as one of the Florida Legal Elite.
Ms. Meloro is a member of the Florida Bar, is admitted to practice in all Florida state and federal courts as well as the Seminole Tribal Court, and is accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs. She has also been involved in the Florida Association of Women Lawyers, was recognized as the National Association of Women Lawyers’ "Outstanding Member" in 2007, and served on the 2017 Executive Leadership Board for the Extraordinary Women Leading Change Annual Conference.
Ms. Meloro earned her law degree, cum laude, from the University of Miami in 1999. During law school, she was Editor-in-Chief of the Inter-American Law Review and authored "Balancing the Goals of Free Trade with Worker's Rights in a Hemispheric Economy," 30 U. MIAMI INTER-AM. L. REV. 433 (1999). She was also an active member of the Moot Court Board and was chosen to represent the University at the state-wide Robert Orseck Memorial Moot Court Competition where she argued before a panel of Florida Supreme Court justices. Ms. Meloro and her teammate won the competition, and Ms. Meloro was chosen by the Supreme Court as Best Oral Advocate. Ms. Meloro earned her bachelor's degree, summa cum laude, from Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts where she received the Robert N. Larson award for outstanding performance in political science. Prior to attending law school, she worked for a state-wide trade association in Boston where she tracked legislation and testified before the Massachusetts Legislature on various legal issues related to human service providers.
Ms. Meloro grew up in Massachusetts. She moved to South Florida in 1996 to attend law school and decided to permanently exchange her snow boots for flip flops. She enjoys spending free time with her husband of 25 years and their three children and by volunteering in her local community of Plantation.