Elena Gonzalez |Client Relations Coordinator

Elena González Ortiz, the Client Relations Coordinator at Melga Law, PLLC, is a vital asset to our team, ensuring prompt, efficient, and high-quality customer service. In addition to her responsibilities in client relations, she actively supports the firm’s operations and contributes to our marketing efforts.

With over a decade of experience in the administrative realm across various companies and organizations in Paraguay, Elena has honed her skills in employment law, accounting, public and human relations, commercial and administrative writing, and marketing. Her diverse background equips her to accompany and enhance our legal services seamlessly.

Elena holds a Digital Marketing certificate from the Institute of Design and Technology (IDT) in Paraguay, showcasing her commitment to staying at the forefront of industry trends.

Currently, she is furthering her proficiency in English through studies at the Paraguayan American Cultural Center in Asunción.

In 2010, she earned her executive assistance degree from the Netsys Training Institute in Paraguay, solidifying her foundation in administrative excellence.

In 2017, María Elena attended various professional finance, legal procedures, and communication courses at the Kolping Paraguay Institute.

Born in Argentina and a proud Paraguayan national, Elena plays a pivotal role in attending to our international clients. Her command of Spanish as a first language and growing proficiency in English positions her as a valuable bridge for effective communication. Elena is dedicated to delivering unparalleled service and fostering strong client relationships at Melga Law.

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We are a law firm with international experience, a modern approach, and extensive business and immigration law expertise.

From our headquarters in Miami, we represent individuals nationwide and in the U.S consulates around the world. We focus on immigration and business solutions for athletes, artists, entrepreneurs, investors, professionals, and organizations.

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