About Ramona C. Little, Attorney at Law
Ramona C. Little, Attorney at Law, was founded by Ramona C. Little, who also goes by Rami. She received her undergraduate degrees in Spanish and elementary education from Furman University and her law degree from Stetson University. She has been a member of the Kentucky Bar Association since 2003.
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An Active Member Of The Community
Rami lives in Danville, Kentucky, with her four sons and husband Brian. Outside of work, she is an active part of the community. She is a parishioner at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church and a member of the Boyle County Middle School PTO. Rami also serves on the board of the Hudson-Ellis Foundation and is a former board member of the Wilderness Trace Child Development Center and the Family Services Association of Boyle County. She was recently selected to serve on the Kentucky Bar Association Rules Committee.
Rami is a Cuban-American who is a native Spanish speaker and enjoys working with members of the Spanish-speaking community. She currently serves on the Centro Latino board.
Yo Hablo Español
Yo hablo español. Yo soy Latina y entiendo lo que Ud. necesita. Yo puedo representarte con casos criminales, familiar, costodia, daños personales, o cualquier problema que tendrás.
Meet Jayne, our Paralegal
The first person you will likely speak to is Jayne High. She grew up in the Danville area and graduated from Boyle County High School. She continued her education at Lindsey Wilson College, where she obtained an Associates Degree in Business Administration. She then graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Paralegal Science, Summa Cum Laude from Eastern Kentucky University. She has worked as a paralegal with Rami Little for more than five years. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, working in her garden, and cooking.
Call Our Office To Learn More
After reviewing the information on our website, the next step is to schedule a consultation with attorney Ramona C. Little, either by phone or in our office. In our first meeting, we will take in the details of your situation and lay out the ways in which we can help.