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Jamy Barreau, Esq., LL.M

Raised in his hometown of Port St. Lucie, attorney Jamy Barreau has experience handling all aspects of issues surrounding preserving generational wealth including matters associated with trusts and estates as well as business planning.

A first-generation Haitian American, he has dedicated his life to the practice of law. He graduated with high honors from St. Lucie West Centennial High School in 2009 where he had the privilege of being part of the school’s Criminal Justice Academy, serving as an advocate for the 19th Judicial Circuit’s Teen Court program.

After graduation from Centennial, Jamy earned his B.S. in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida, earning his degree on a full-time basis while working full time at Universal Studios Orlando. After college, Jamy attended Barry University School of Law where he served on the editorial board of its Law Review Journal as a Research and Technical Editor. In 2017, he graduated from Barry Law and returned to the Treasure Coast, gaining experience in estate planning, trust administration, probate administration, business planning, residential mortgage foreclosures, and evictions. Understanding the impact generational wealth has on society and setting the stage for success in generations to come, Jamy made it his mission to guide those in his community in such matters. In 2021, he graduated with his LL.M. in taxation with a concentration in estate planning from Boston University School of Law to further his mission.

In his free time, he is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Purdue Global Law School and continues to expand his knowledge of how to best serve his community.


  • Florida
  • Minnesota
  • Washington, DC
  • United States Tax Court
  • Supreme Court of the United States


  • English
  • Haitian Creole


  • Lawyers of Distinction, 2023
  • Elite Lawyer – Estate Planning, 2023
  • National Black Lawyers’ Association, Top 40 Under 40, 2020, 2021, 2022, & 2023


  • Florida’s Contradiction and the Tipped Employees’ Plight: Why the Florida Civil Rights Act of 1992 Mandates that Florida Raise the Tipped Minimum Wage and the Necessary Standard of Review.


  • Boston University School of Law, LL.M., Taxation
  • Barry University School of Law, J.D.
  • University of Central Florida, B.S., Legal Studies

Professional Associations

  • St. Lucie Bar Association, Secretary
  • The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division, Board of Governors
  • Treasure Coast Black Chamber of Commerce
  • Elder Law College
  • Association of Black Estate Planning Professionals
  • Haitian Lawyers’ Association
  • Caribbean Bar Association
  • Real Property, Probate, and Trust Section of The Florida Bar
  • Craig S. Barnard American Inns of Court
  • Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International; Bradwell Chapter, Lifetime Member

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