2019 ANDi Award to Honor Family Law Attorney Nicole Centracchio

A New Direction (AND) is excited to announce that they will present the 2019 ANDi award to Nicole Centracchio, a family law attorney and partner at Reed Centracchio and Associates, LLC.  The ANDi award is a partnership award given to an individual, business or organization who helps AND fulfill its mission “to provide counseling, education, support and advocacy to individuals and families affected by domestic violence.” Centracchio is being honored for her passion and commitment to victims of dv and her legal representation of them.

According to Rita Ryan, AND’s Domestic Violence Counselor and Legal Advocate, Centracchio and her associates have been extremely helpful to AND clients. “These lawyers are approachable, trustworthy, knowledgeable and caring.”  She added that Centracchio’s work on ANDs more complicated cases has been exceptional.“The legal process of divorce is such an important step in a client’s journey to free themselves,” said Ryan.

Centracchio agreed with Ryan about the importance of a good legal team for victims of domestic violence.  “I cannot thank AND enough for this honor and the work that they do to empower victims of domestic violence.  Protecting women and their children through the fear and uncertainty of the legal system is a mission that causes my law firm, Reed, Centracchio and Associates LLC, and me to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with AND.”

The ANDi award will be presented to Centracchio at the agency’s annual benefit and reception on October 26, 2019 at Ridge Country Club, 10522 South California, from 7:00 pm until 10:00 pm.  Highlights of this popular event are musical entertainment from Motown Nation, open bar and hors d’oeuvres, along with a grand raffle and silent auctions.  Tickets cost $75 and can be purchased after September 1 at http://AND2019.givesmart.com.

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