Passion and creative thinking drive Nicole Copsidas’ legal practice, which focuses on probate and trust litigation and also includes general civil and commercial litigation. The detailed research and investigation required in litigation matters continually pique the interest of this Volusia County native, a second generation legal professional. Following in the footsteps of both her mother and father, Nicole worked as a paralegal prior to putting herself through law school. The double duty of full-time paralegal work and law school only added to her time management skills and provided excellent on-the-job training for her career as a litigation attorney.
Nicole is a member of the Florida Bar and admitted to practice in all Florida state courts; and the U.S. District Court for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida. She is a graduate of the University of Central Florida with a B.S. in legal studies and Florida A & M University College of Law with a J.D.
Nicole was recently selected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Volusia County Bar Association. She also enjoys serving on the Webinar Committee for the Florida Association of Women Lawyers.
In her free time, Nicole enjoys volunteering with her local Habitat for Humanity, which is an organization that helps create affordable housing to build a strong and stable community. She has a passion for the arts, and her creative outlets include painting, playing guitar, and attending local concerts.
Admitted to bar, 2013, Florida.
University of Central Florida, B.S., Legal Studies, 2006; Florida A & M University College of Law, J.D., 2012.
Volusia County Bar Association, Member, 2016-Present; Volusia Flagler Association of Women Lawyers, Member, 2017-Present.
Habitat for Humanity, Volunteer.