Ms. King brings a unique blend of skills, abilities and experience to The Orlando Law Group. With an educational foundation in business management, accounting and computer science, she opted to pursue a Juris Doctorate after undergraduate studies and undertake a career of service through the practice of law.
A native of Sri Lanka, her multicultural background enables her to see diverse perspectives, allowing her to identify multiple avenues to reaching preferred scenarios and outcomes. These same credentials enable her to foster strong relationships with various clients, colleagues, staff, and vendors, allowing her to play a key role in motivating all parties to accomplish shared business goals.
Upon receiving her Juris Doctorate, she and her husband relocated from Michigan to Florida, where she secured a position working with Park Square Homes. While at Park Square, she gained experience in both the title closings and land acquisition and development process. It was also the beginning of her work in the community association industry, as she was introduced to the drafting of community association documents and even given the opportunity to serve as a member of several development boards for Park Square Communities.
One year after passing the Florida Bar, she took an opportunity with a small Orlando law firm seeking an attorney to help manage their unplanned growth. She made an immediate impact, designing innovative case management and accounting software programs uniquely able to handle the specific nuances of how the firm handled different types of cases. As the head of the collection department, this new system aided her and her team to successfully manage the processing of over 12,000 cases at a time. Under her leadership, the firm grew into a top-performing community association law firm in Central Florida.
Ms. King also considers service to the community an honorable privilege, something she attributes to her upbringing as a child by her parents in Sri Lanka. She cherished the opportunity to volunteer at the Asylum clinic while in law school. Those same values remain the bedrock of her own family, as she enjoys serving alongside her husband and children in a variety of local community outreach projects. She and her daughters are volunteers for Buddy Break, a Nathaniel’s Hope program providing parents with special needs children a brief break. She’s a proud 2-gallon blood donator, and is a volunteer at their family church, Northland, A Church Distributed.
Now a 13 year member of the Florida Bar Association, she is also licensed to practice in all three U.S. Districts in the state of Florida. She is intrigued by what lies ahead, looking forward to expanding her areas of practice with The Orlando Law Group.