Attorney Ingrid Francoeur Adams, Esq.
Ingrid Francoeur Adams was born and raised in Haiti and is fluent in Haitian Creole and English. Attorney Adams is a graduate of Michigan State University College of Law and Florida International University. She was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2007 and has since practiced in both State Court and Federal Court.
Ingrid Francoeur Adams is passionate about the law and is dedicated to her clients. Attorney Ingrid Adams is also a leader in our community and served as the 2017-2018 Vice-President of the Haitian American Chamber of Commerce in Orlando.
Attorney Ingrid Adams gained criminal law experience working for the 20th Judicial Circuit Office of the State Attorney. During her time as an Assistant State Attorney she tried over 20 trials and argued over 100 motions.
Attorney Ingrid Adams later worked at Florida Rural Legal Services practicing employment law and immigration law for over three years. Mrs. Adams represented migrant farm workers and litigated Title VII employment discrimination cases, Fair Labor Standard Act cases, and Agricultural Workers Protection Act cases.
Ingrid Francoeur Adams opened Francoeur Law Firm in 2013. In addition to representing clients in the above-mentioned legal fields of criminal law, employment law and immigration law, Attorney Ingrid Adams has since also represented clients in matters concerning personal injury, family law, worker's compensation, homeowners' insurance and PIP litigation.
Your attorney, a trained legal professional, strives to provide these core services to you, your family, and your business:
Counsel: Objective advice - Guiding you to the proper course of action based on your goals and interests.
Advocate: Vocal support - Ensuring that your voice is heard and fighting for the enforcement of your legal rights.
Navigator: Specific directions - Showing you the way through often complex administrative and legal systems.
Informant: Legal facts - Sharing with you key results of our legal research about the current state of the law for your case.
Connector: Cultural bridges - Identifying other possible social service providers that may advance your interests and cause.
Collaborator: Cooperative communication - Working closely with you to achieve affordable fees and transparency.