J. Frederick Emert, Esq.
A little about Jason
Jason Emert is an attorney focusing on bankruptcy, estate planning, elder law, immigration, and probate and trust administration for individuals and families. Similarly, he is a passionate practitioner of business law, helping entrepreneurs launch and protect their dream business. As an entrepreneur himself if he knows how best to help you create your business, organization or professional association. Jason is admitted to practice in Florida and the District of Columbia, and the United States District Courts for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Florida.
In his own words
I grew up between East Tennessee and the Florida Panhandle, and visiting grandparents in Cocoa. I attended Southern Illinois University where I played for the Saluki football team. After college I earned an MBA from the University of Louisiana, and served as a graduate assistant for the Ragin' Cajun Athletic Department and a research assistant at the Moody College of Business. After a couple of years working in private business, I enrolled in the University of Miami School of Law graduating in 2014. While in law school I was Miami Law's ABA Student Representative, and the global law student chairman of the International Bar Association Law Students' Committee and the international vice-president of the International Law Student Association (ILSA).
In my professional experience I have worked with clients on a range of issues facing their families or businesses. Additionally, I work on complex international, maritime, and sports law matters. I have used my experience to teach as an adjunct professor of law, helping established the international law curriculum at the Lincoln Memorial University School of Law. I have also been an adjunct professor and lectured on law, foreign policy, and global affairs at numerous institutions. Moreover, I am active in several legal organizations. I chair the National Entertainment and Sports Law Societies board of advisors and am a member of the Sports Lawyer Association. Also, I am a member of the Caribbean Bar Association, the American Society of International Law, and the International Law Association. Plus, I am a member of the Florida Bar's Admiralty Law Committee, and Florida Bar sections on International; Entertainment, Arts and Sports; Elder Law; and Real Property, Probate, and Trust. I have also previously served on the University of Miami School of Law Young Alumni Committee.
In my spare time I enjoy hiking, scuba diving, sailing, fishing, traveling, and reading. I am an avid sports fan and enjoy watching almost any college and professional sports. Most importantly, my wife and I recently welcomed our first child into the world, so one of my new hobbies is enjoying fatherhood.
From an early age I wanted to be an attorney because I enjoy helping people. That is the ultimate focus of our firm. I know the legal process can be overwhelming. I founded this law firm with one goal in mind: to provide comfort and counsel to navigate challenging and uncertain times. I approach our attorney-client relationship like we are a team - you will be included in every step along the way. I hope we can work together to achieve your desired outcome and give you peace of mind in protecting you, your family or business.
District of Columbia
United States District Court Northern District of Florida
United States District Court Middle District of Florida
United States District Court Southern District of Florida
U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit
American Society of International Law
American Bar Association
Caribbean Bar Association
D.C. Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
The Florida Bar
International Law Association
Sports Lawyers Association
University of Miami School of Law, J.D.
Honors: The Society of Bar & Gavel; Public Interest Leadership Board; Phi Delta Phi, International Legal Honor Society; and, Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, Rasco Chapter.
University of Louisiana, M.B.A.
Southern Illinois University, B.S.
Honors: Saluki Scholar and Gateway Football Conference Commissioner's List for Academics