Guillermo Flores

Mr. Flores graduated from Wesley College in Dover Delaware and received a BS in Business Management. He subsequently obtained an MBA in Human Resources Management from The University of Phoenix prior to law school. Mr. Flores obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from Florida A & M University College of Law in Orlando Florida while having served in several leadership positions and participation in Mock Trial Competition. Mr. Flores also served as a legal intern for the Department of Justice Executive Office of Immigration Review Immigration Court in Orlando Florida.

Mr. Flores is a former law enforcement officer having graduated from the Delaware State Police Academy in Dover Delaware. Mr. Flores is a Veteran of the U.S. Military, having served in the United States Coast Guard. He has also served in many community organizations such as The Human Relations Commission, Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Capital School Board. Current memberships include, American Inns of Court, The Florida Bar, American Bar Association, American Immigration Attorneys Association and The South Florida Immigration Attorneys Chapter. Mr. Flores is an experienced criminal law and immigration law practitioner and provides counsel and representation in the complex convergence of these areas known as “Crimmigration”.

Zorelly Torres-Sanchez, Esq.

I am a native of the beautiful island of Puerto Rico where I grew up and went to school until I moved to Jupiter, Florida in 2014. When I am not in the office or in court, I enjoy playing tennis, reading, and –of course, the beach.

I attended law school at the University of Puerto Rico and was an active participant of the law school’s pro bono program during my three years. In my third year, I was a Student Practitioner at the Criminal Legal Aid Clinic, defending indigent civilians in Puerto Rico courts. The pro bono program and the Legal Aid Clinic were the most satisfying experiences during my three years in law school and where I learned and developed multiple abilities. These programs impacted my professional career and helped me become the attorney and person I am today.

Prior to law school, I graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Puerto Rico majoring in Political Sciences with a minor in International Relations and Government, Law and Public Policy.

Before moving to the Sunshine State, I worked at a boutique litigation law firm back home where I gained valuable skills in multiple areas of law. Because of that, I am not only fluently bilingual, but I also have knowledge of business and legal terminology in both, Spanish and English. When I moved to Florida in 2014, I worked with a local law firm focusing only in criminal matters. From there, I started my legal career as an Associate Attorney practicing divorce and family law.

At the end of 2016, I joined the team of The Flores Law Firm as an Associate Attorney where I practice in the complex convergence of criminal law and immigration law, known as “Crimmigration”.

Ever since I was a child, my main goal has always been to help people. Fortunately, my career gives me that opportunity as I get to interact directly with the clients and help them in these very sensitive situations.

I am also a member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association, Palm Beach County Hispanic Bar Association, Craig S. Barnard Chapter of American Inns of Court, American Immigration Lawyers Association and the South Florida Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

I look forward to assisting you through this process and I promise you my commitment and dedication to achieve the best possible outcome to your situation.