Carmen Codjoe is an accomplished lawyer with much experience in the areas of practice she focuses on. She is originally from Bellingham, Massachusetts and relocated to Hyannis. She has interned at the Ohio Attorney General's Office in the Health and Human Services Section and practiced at Harrington, Hoppe, & Mitchell, Ltd. in Youngstown Ohio. She has had judicial externship with the Honorable Dana S. Preisse from the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas.

Before her law career began, she studied at Seton Hall University, graduating in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, summa cum laude. She followed as a Public Service Fellow at The Ohio State University, receiving her Juris Doctor degree in 2004. She has been practicing law ever since.

In her free time, Carmen is involved in the Christian Education Committee at West Parish Church in West Barnstable, Massachusetts. In addition to being involved in her local community, she enjoys spending her time baking, practicing photography, studying history, and participating in athletic activities.

Carmen has set herself apart from the other attorneys in her field by being reliable, attentive, and caring about each client as an individual. She is located on Cape Cod and shares her love of the community with her clients.

Her typical clients are diverse in every way possible. The one thing they all have in common is an unparalleled commitment to family. Most clients come to her with a sense of feeling overwhelmed at the prospect of navigating U.S. immigration laws on their own. She ensures that each one knows that she will stand with them throughout the process, from start to finish.

Carmen is more than an attorney, she is a member of the Cape Cod community who cares about each person she works with as an individual. Call her today to find out how she can help you.


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