Carin M. Constantine, Esq.
The Law Offices of Carin M. Constantine, Esq.
10101 MLK Jr. St. N., Suite 278
St. Petersburg, FL 33716
Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Carin Constantine attended Campbell University in Buies Creek,
North Carolina where she received a B.S. in Social Science in 1997 before receiving her J.D. from George
Mason School of Law in 2003. While in school, Carin was a member of the Trial Advocacy Team and she
volunteered as a contributing writer for the law school newspaper. In addition, she volunteered her time to work
with battered women and mentored high-school students.
Carin’s law practice concentrates on cases involving parental time sharing, child support, domestic
violence injunctions, out-of-state child support and custody as well as dependency and paternity matters, as well
as divorce, custody and the unique family law issues that arise with military families. Recently, Carin has been
involved in cases that involve the Hague Convention and international custody. Carin is also active in
addressing legislative issues that involve child support.
Carin is actively involved in providing pro bono legal services to the less fortunate in the Tampa Bay
area. Unlike in criminal law, where counsel is provided to defendants who cannot afford representation on their
own, parties involved in family law cases are not provided legal counsel free of charge. Carin is committed to
advocating for these individuals in family law cases as many divorce and child custody battles are hard enough
emotionally for the clients, but even more confusing and difficult to navigate difficult without counsel. Carin’s
dedication to helping the indigent in the Bay area is evident by the fact that she has taken on almost 20 pro bono
cases in the past two years alone.
In addition, Carin is actively involved in the St. Petersburg Bar Association and serves as a bar member
for the St. Petersburg Bar Foundation. She is a member of both the Bench and Bar and Heroes Among Us
Committees, as well as a contributing writer and Editorial Board Member of St. Petersburg Bar Association's
Magazine, Paraclete. Carin is also a member of the Clearwater Bar Association; Hillsborough County Bar
Association; American Bar Association; American Association for Justice; Florida Bar Association Family Law
Section and the Support Issues Committee of the Florida Bar Association Family Law Section.
In addition to taking pro bono cases, Carin also provides insight on family law issues and answers
family law questions live on the air for callers on the third Sunday every month on "Florida Law Live," a call-in
radio program that airs on Sunday mornings from 8:00AM - 9:00AM on 820 AM.