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ALLISON M. PERRY is an active member of the Hillsborough County Bar Association, serving on the Marital and Family Law Section’s Executive Board from 2002 – 2019. She has had numerous articles published in the Lawyer magazine, Hillsborough County Bar Association’s monthly magazine. She is the former Co-Chair of the Appellate Practice Section and the Availability of Legal Services Committee of the Hillsborough County Bar Association. She has been a member of the Family Law Inn of Court in Tampa since 2002.

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Allison Perry’s practice is limited to appellate law and litigation support, with her practice focused on family law appellate matters. Allison has handled over 500 appellate cases throughout Florida’s appellate courts and has over 200 published opinions. She founded The Law Office of Allison M. Perry, P.A. in 2001, and founded Florida Appeals, P.A. in 2015, which continues all aspects of her former law office with the addition of mediation services at the trial and appellate levels.

Allison received J.D. degree, cum laude, from Tulane University Law School, and graduated from North Carolina State University Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Economics and a degree in Business Management. She is a member of Omincron Delta Epsilon, the honor society in Economics. She lives in Tampa with her daughter, Audrey, and their boxer, Lucy.

A passion for justice.

The experience to win

A sample of some of Allison’s favorite wins:

A.H. v. A.B., 314 So.3d 1293 (Fla. 2d DCA 2021) (Father’s child support amount reversed with instructions to recalculate his child support obligation).

Rotunda v. Rotunda, 305 So.3d 827 (Fla. 2d DCA 2020) (limited alimony award affirmed along with the majority of the Final Judgment).

A.A. v. D.W., 326 So.2d 1186 (Fla. 2d DCA 2021) (Final Judgment’s timesharing reversed due to inconsistencies in the Final Judgment).

Sunderwirth v. Suderwirth, 332 So.2d 1087 (Fla. 2d DCA 2022) (Mother’s child support obligations reversed with instructions that Mother’s finance’s contributions should not be treated as in-kind income to the Mother).

Jackman v. Cebrink-Swartz, 334 So.3d 653 (Fla. 2d DCA 2021) (fact that homeowner could not show that neighbor’s camera recordings had been published to third party was not a basis for denial of temporary injunction).

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