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Eloa J. Celedon

Eloa J. Celedon

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Attorney Eloa J. Celedon is the principal attorney at Celedon Law, a boutique-style immigration law firm in Massachusetts. As a native of Brazil, with both parents born in Chile, Attorney Celedon understands the personal difficulties of immigration.  She is fluent in English, Portuguese, and Spanish.

Attorney Celedon graduated from Assumption College with a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies and holds a Juris Doctor degree from Massachusetts School of Law. She has worked for non-profit organizations and private entities, where their primary work involved issues pertaining to immigration, contracts, disability law, and family law. In the past 18 years, she has gained the respect and trust of her community from winning a first circuit case issues involving due process and right of counsel.

Attorney Celedon works with individuals and clients of various sizes and backgrounds. She enjoys spending time with her family, her sons are what inspires Attorney Celedon in pursuing a thriving practice. She also enjoys Pilates, horseback riding, reading, playing the piano, and volunteering at local community events.

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