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Amy Juarez is the Comptroller at the Firm and manages the daily accounting operations to ensure the smooth running of the business from a financial perspective. She is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Originally from the Golden State, Amy has lived in Florida since 2001. In 2013, she graduated with honors from Hodges University where she received her A.S. in Criminal Justice. When she isn’t working, Amy enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and daughter.
Jamie Muni is the Office Manager for the Firm and has over 12 years of experience in the legal field. She provides support to the paralegals and attorneys, oversees office services functions, assists in developing and implementing new Firm policies and software, manages day-to-day operations and general office duties.
In her spare time, Jamie enjoys spending time with her husband and three children.
Florida Registered Paralegal
Falynne Miller, a native of Tennessee, was raised in Naples where she earned her Associate of Arts degree, with honors, in 2010. She is a Florida Registered Paralegal. Falynne’s background in travel assistance and the hospitality industry honed her administrative and customer service skills while her interest in the law motivated her to join the Firm in 2009.
Falynne provides legal assistant support for each of the Firm’s attorneys and her responsibilities include scheduling court appearances and client meetings, facilitating client communication, and assisting with the drafting of legal documents. In her free time, Falynne enjoys creative writing and has authored numerous short stories and plays.
Elizabeth A. Thomas, J.D.
Mrs. Thomas was born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island. She moved to Florida in 2012 and earned her Bachelor of Art in Politics, with a minor in Psychology, from Ave Maria University in 2015. Mrs. Thomas obtained her Juris Doctorate from Ave Maria School of Law in 2022. While attending Ave Maria School of Law, Mrs. Thomas was a Senator for the Student Bar Association and a Board Member for the Ave Maria Moot Court Board. While serving on the Moot Court Board, Mrs. Thomas published an article entitled “Common Criminal or Mentally Ill? The Increased Narrowing of the Defense of Insanity and the Criminalization of the Mentally Ill” in the school’s semi-annual periodical entitled The Gavel. Mrs. Thomas also competed in the UCLA Cyber Law External Competition on behalf of Ave Maria School of Law and placed 3rd as an oral advocate. Mrs. Thomas currently resides in Fort Myers, Florida, with her husband, Scott Thomas, who is a Firefighter in Lehigh Acres. Mrs. Thomas will be taking the Florida Bar in February of 2023 and has been a Law Clerk for Boatman Ricci Law Firm since 2021.
James “Bo” Boatman
James “Bo” Boatman is an administrative assistant and handles various functions within the Firm, such as client communication between attorneys, the processing and documenting of Firm finances, as well as management of the Boatman Ricci and Trinity Title websites.
A Florida native, Bo is currently studying Political Science at Florida Gulf Coast University and hopes to enter higher education after the completion of his bachelor’s degree. In his free time, Bo enjoys reading, writing for his blog, driving his car, and spending time with his family.