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Tiffany A. DiIorio

Special Counsel
Transactions
  • P 813.227.5543
    F 813.227.5643

Transactions and bankruptcy attorney Tiffany DiIorio joined Adams and Reese in 2012 as Special Counsel in the firm’s Tampa office.

Practicing law since 2003, Tiffany focuses her practice on various forms of transactions law, including bankruptcy, creditor’s rights, trustee representation, business bankruptcy, creditors’ rights litigation and commercial litigation.

Tiffany has practiced as an attorney at several Tampa law firms and also served as a judicial intern for Chief Judge Paul Glenn, Chief Bankruptcy Judge for the Middle District of Florida.

Her representative experience includes:

  • Representing creditors, trustees and debtors in various bankruptcy-related matters within the state of Florida, including all Florida state courts and the United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
  • Handling all aspects of mortgage workouts, forbearance agreements, deed in lieu agreements and restructuring agreements, as well as all aspects of litigation, related to foreclosure matters and other creditors’ rights issues.
  • Representing clients, both individuals and corporations, in negotiations of contracts and leases defending and prosecuting various breaches of contract actions and representation of various clients in matters concerning the Uniform Commercial Code.

Tiffany is an active member of the Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Association and the Hillsborough Association for Women Lawyers. She also serves as co-coach to her alma mater Stetson University College of Law’s award-winning Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Team. While at Stetson, Tiffany was a member of the Stetson Moot Court Board and a member of Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. She also received the Victor O. Wehle Award for Trial Advocacy, and the Judge Alexander Paskay Bankruptcy Award.

Tiffany is an active volunteer in the Clearwater and Tampa communities with various nonprofit organizations.

Personally, Tiffany admires her former law school professor and current co-coach of the Duberstein Moot Court Team, Terri Radwan. She was the driving force behind Tiffany taking bankruptcy in law school and ultimately practicing in the area of law.

In her spare time, Tiffany loves to fish and be on the boat with her husband and four dogs.

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