Candace Culzac is a native of South Florida and earned her Juris Doctorate from Florida A&M University College of Law in 2015. While in law school, Candace was an active president of The Women’s Law Caucus and spearheaded “Party with a Purpose” – which is an annual event created to raise funds and resources for domestic violence survivors. Furthermore, Candace participated in valuable externships at The Public Defender’s Office of the Ninth Judicial Circuit and The Thomas S. Kirk Juvenile Justice Center.
Candace returned “home” after graduating law school and specialized in family law practice throughout Miami-Dade and Broward County. However, several years ago she found herself wanting to help individuals in a different area of law and began dedicating her practice to representing homeowners in first-party litigation.
Homeownership is a satisfying accomplishment but can come with intimidating, unexpected consequences. The last thing any homeowner who has suffered some type of loss at their property wants to do is argue back and forth with their insurance company to simply do the ‘right thing’. Over the years, Candace has litigated hundreds of cases on behalf of homeowners who have needed her experience, knowledge, and determination to assist them in obtaining much needed insurance policy benefits.
Candace Culzac is qualified to practice law in the State of Florida, as well as in federal court for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Florida.
She is a certified foster parent and volunteer Guardian Ad Litem for Broward County. When she is not performing as a gladiator in the courtroom, Candace enjoys camping, traveling, generally being outdoors, and spending time with her family.