Junior Managing Partner
Brief info

Email: tina@semlawgroup.com

Ms. Tina El Fadel is a Partner of SHAMY, EL FADEL & MAHONE who abides by the highest standard of professionalism to advocate for her clients. Ms. El Fadel currently practices as a litigator in marital and family law, including but not limited to divorce, division of marital property, time-sharing (child custody/visitation), domestic violence and civil injunctions, relocation, establishment of paternity, parental responsibility matters, spousal support (alimony), child support rights and enforcement, and post-judgment modifications and enforcements.

Over the course of her career as an attorney, Ms. El Fadel has garnered extensive litigation and experience handling a multitude of complex dispute cases and transactional matters spanning several areas of law including, business transactional development, structuring, and funding, business representation, complex commercial litigation, partnership disputes, shareholder disputes, dissolution, receivership, arbitration actions, corporate contract disputes, employment discrimination, real and personal property litigation, insurance defense, PIP claims and litigation, personal injury claims, foreclosure defense, administrative actions filed with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation involving contractor and other licensure disputes, trademark disputes and litigation, and landlord/tenant disputes.

Ms. El Fadel’s experience in commercial litigation allows Ms. El Fadel to handle more complex dissolution actions which involve business issues to be considered in any divorce action.

Education, Qualifications and Scholastic Achievements

Ms. El Fadel is licensed to practice in the Federal and State Courts of Florida and the State Courts of New Jersey. Ms. El Fadel’s educational accolades range from graduating cum laude from the Shepard Broad Law School at Nova Southeastern University to serving as the past Notes and Comments Editor for the Nova Law Review and serving as the Chairperson for Problem Research and Development committee for the law schools moot court program.

Professional Experience

Upon entering into the practice of law with our Firm in 2011, Ms. El Fadel quickly distinguished herself as a respected and tenacious trial advocate for our clients and is noted for overturning a local government ordinance through her thorough and effective constitutional law representation of one of our Firm’s clients. Ms. El Fadel is a proud member of the Craig S. Barnard Inns of Court where she serves on the executive board and has served as a  member of the Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Committee for the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar. 

Social and Personal Biography

During her personal time Ms. El Fadel enjoys spending time with her family, reading, watching true crime and other documentaries, and participating in community events.

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Tina El Fadel Justia’s Reviews:

Luis Cartaya

Tina is one of the most intelligent lawyers I know who analyzes the law extremely well and fights zealously for her clients.


Anastasia J. Mahone

Tina El Fadel is an amazing and dedicated attorney. Hiring this attorney could be the best decision you could make to ensure that you receive the personal attention and zealous advocacy you deserve.

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Tina is a very gifted, and most importantly, effective, lawyer. Her skills and experience set her apart from her peers, and her results with her legal advocacy of clients supports that admiration. She is passionate about the law, and more crucially, her legal representation over the rights of her client.

Tina’s Lawyer.com Review:

Our CT company was defrauded by a Pompano Beach, FL individual/company. Atty El Fadel was retained to seek restitution from the defendant from Florida. Her work in preparing and executing the complaint/action was exceptional, to the point that we received full restitution including fees and expenses prior to pretrial. Her candid demeanor was instrumental in moving the case forward by not getting bogged down in posturing during settlement negotiation. Highly recommended.