• Construction Contracts
• Construction Litigation Support
• Materialmen’s Lien Claim
• Payment Bond Claims
• Miller Act / Little Miller Act Litigation Support
Diana was born and raised in small town Georgia where she first learned the values for family, honesty, and hard work. In keeping with these values, she received her BS in Criminal Justice from Thomas University in 2011. While attending college, she was accepted as an intern with a State Court Judge where she began honing her legal research skills and learning the role of civil procedure on legal proceedings. More importantly, it was through this internship that she discovered her for passion for working in the legal field.
After graduating she worked briefly as a probation officer before landing a job as a Deputy Clerk with the Supreme Court of Florida handling Florida Bar cases and working closely with attorneys and the Supreme Court Justices. Here, she gained new insights into the relationship between attorneys and judges as well as the internal procedures utilized by clerks’ offices.
After working for the Supreme Court for six years, Diana opted for a career change. She chose to become a private practice paralegal closer to home. This decision benefited Cobb Law Group and its clients greatly. She is knowledgeable in many aspects of law and has over 10 years of experience in the legal field. Since joining the Cobb Law Group, Diana has focused her career in complex construction litigation. She works with our clients during all aspects of our representation from gathering documents and information to support our clients’ position, performing due diligence and legal research to aid our cases, and drafting complaints, discovery documents, and legal motions.
When she is not working at the office, Diana enjoys spending time with her two daughters and doing anything outdoors.
- Thomas University, B.A. Criminal Justice