Ms. Esquire has been a great group, and special due to being mostly ladies, which brings a different vibe. Some of the activities we do during our monthly meetings bring the members closer to one another which is great. Also, all members are phenomenal and intelligent business owners, people you want to relate to and be around.
“All is lost when filing a bankruptcy” is a common myth Christina often has to address and argue against when talking about her practice area: bankruptcy is not just about liquidating debts but also about restructuring finances. Throughout her decade in practice, Christina has focused on the reorganization and eradication of debts in bankruptcy processes and all the adjacent debt litigation and negotiations that come with it. Representing not only individuals in bankruptcy, but corporations as well, and practicing on both sides of the adversarial line, representing both debtors and creditors, she handles cases under Chapters 7, 11, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code.
Christina Vilaboa-Abel is a founder and partner at CAVA Law, a woman-owned and minority-owned boutique law firm. She is admitted to practice in Florida, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Florida International University, and thereafter earned her Juris Doctor from Florida International University College of Law. She is currently part of the Faculty of the Florida International University Honors College, where she teaches courses for the pre-law program. Christina is actively involved with the South Florida community, earning recognition from the Southern District of Florida for her pro bono contributions to debtors in need of legal assistance. Christina has been acknowledged for her work in the Bankruptcy field as a Super Lawyers Selectee from 2018-2022.