Our Law Team
The team at MGM Law is dedicated to providing top quality service to you and your loved ones throughout the entire divorce process. We are here to service the Pensacola, FL community and surrounding areas with Collaborative Divorce and Family Law to ensure a communicative process as you go through your divorce. You can always reach us on our contact us page for more information.
A graduate of the prestigious Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Mary McDaniel's legal experience includes the representation of both juveniles and adults as a Public Defender in Florida's 1st Judicial District and internships with the Federal Public Defender, Middle District, Louisiana, Juvenile Public Defender's Office, 19th Judicial District Court, Louisiana, and the Environmental Protection Agency 's Criminal Investigations Division, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Originally from Nova Scotia, Carolyn Gramlich, Esq. graduated from Mississippi College School of Law in 2008. Carolyn taught in the Legal Studies, Criminal Justice, and Business departments at Pensacola Christian College for five years and now specializes in family law and estate planning. Carolyn’s hobbies include reading, long-distance bike riding, piano, and calligraphy.
Diane W. Benoit
Diane W. Benoit graduated from the University of West Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Pre-Law. She has 18 years of experience as a paralegal. Her hobbies include reading and animal rescue. Diane is very involved in her community, and especially enjoys assisting her elderly neighbors and helping them remain independent. Diane handles all of MGM Law PA’s client discovery matters.
Taylor Daniel is a senior at the University of West Florida in the Legal Studies Department. Taylor moved to Pensacola when she was seven years old but is originally from Salisbury, MD. She graduated from Washington High School and will be heading to law school within the next two years. Taylor is the Legal Assistant at MGM LAW, PA.
Michelle Cramer grew up in Pensacola. She graduated from Pine Forest High School and Pensacola State with an Associate of Arts degree. Michelle has nine years of experience as a paralegal and currently serves as the President of NW Florida Great Dane Rescue.