Petrelli Previtera Opens the First Divorce Law Firm in the Metaverse | News

LawCity.Com, the metaverse’s premier legal district, signed a virtual land lease agreement with Petrelli Previtera, LLC, one of the fastest growing divorce law firms in the United States, with 42 attorneys distributed in 19 offices. With this agreement, Petrelli Previtera is now an anchor tenant in LawCity.Com‘s Veritas Tower located at 37, -58 in Decentraland, and is the first divorce society to establish an office in the metaverse.

CHERRY HILL, NJ, May 12, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Meta Productions, LLC, a vertically integrated, NFT-based metaverse company, is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, LawCity.Comthe first judicial district of the metaverse, signed a virtual ground lease agreement with Petrelli Previtera, LLCone of the fastest growing divorce law firms in the United States, with 42 attorneys in 19 offices.

With this agreement, Petrelli Previtera is now an anchor tenant in LawCity.Com‘s Veritas Tower located at 37, -58 in Decentraland, and is the first divorce society to establish an office in the metaverse.

“As we’ve seen with the internet and social media, people in need of legal services will use technology to learn more about their legal issues and connect with lawyers and law firms,” ​​said Richard Grungo, Jr.founder of LawCity.com. “We are delighted to welcome Petrelli Previtera to LawCity.Com‘s Veritas Tower because family law issues like divorce and custody are common legal issues. We think people can feel more comfortable educating themselves anonymously as avatars in the metaverse about these sensitive legal topics.”

Thomas J. Petrelli, Jr. and Melinda Previtera have been practicing divorce law for 20 and 12 years respectively. Petrelli Previtera’s mission is to enable everyone facing a marital crisis to invest in their future to realize their greatest potential by taking action today. Already recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing companies in the United States in 2019, 2020 and 2021, the company was also listed in the Inc. 5000.

“Our firm has grown at the rate it has because we recruit like-minded employees who are as passionate as we are about helping people through divorce. We are not your traditional law firm. We are a technology-driven, growth-driven organization focused on customer service and disrupting the traditional divorce experience. Our team succeeds because they truly believe in our company’s mission and core values. We are committed to investing in our employees who, in turn, invest in customers,” said Thomas J. Petrelli, Jr., CEO of Petrelli Previtera, LLC. “Opening a metaverse office allows us to continue to leverage technology to improve the client experience. We remain at the forefront of divorce law by providing our clients with the best possible experience through the most more convenient for the customer.”

“We redefine the divorce experience and inspire a lifestyle reset that leaves a sense of energy, power and optimism. We see divorce as the start of a new phase in a person’s life. The divorce process can be an opportunity to achieve your greatest You just have to commit to investing in your personal journey and hiring the right company to guide you through your journey,” said Melinda M. Previtera, co-founder and managing partner of Petrelli Previtera, LLC. “With the opening of our new Metaverse office, we will continue our firm’s mission of meeting with our clients where they are to ensure they understand their legal rights and the pros and cons of pursuing particular legal strategies. .”

“LawCity.Com is a ‘legal marketplace’ where lawyers, law firms and law-related companies can connect with current and potential clients,” Grungo added. “The presence of Petrelli Previtera will bring much needed divorce resources to our public square.”

To see images of Petrelli Previtera’s metaverse desktop in the LawCity.Com Veritas Tower, please visit https://bit.ly/Petrelli_Previtera_metaverse.

About Petrelli Previtera, LLC

Petrelli Previtera is the leading divorce and family law firm serving the clients of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Illinois, Washington, Texas, Colorado, washington d.c. and Maryland. From complex litigation to negotiated settlements, we work tirelessly to achieve the best results for our clients. Although our firm is known for representing high net worth individuals, athletes and entertainers, we represent people from all walks of life. Our legal team is committed to providing the same high quality service to each of our clients.

On LawCity.Com

LawCity.Com is a subsidiary of Meta Productions, LLC, an NFT-based, vertically integrated metaverse company. The company intends to continue to buy, develop and lease its portfolio of locations for and to the legal sector. The company plans to expand beyond Decentraland and provide access points in all metaverses. The company is focused on providing an easy and secure way for legal services and charities to gain exposure to DeFi and NFT-related cryptocurrencies. As the premier legal district, legal directory, and legal search engine in the metaverse, LawCity.Com will be the starting point of each avatar’s legal journey through the metaverse.

For more information on LawCity.Comand to access the judicial district, go to http://www.LawCity.com.

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The co-founders of LawCity.Com are the co-founders of Grungo Colarulo, LLC, the New Jerseylaw firm based in December 2021 opened what is believed to be the first personal injury law firm in the metaverse, as well as the first law firm for wrongful death, catastrophic injury, abuse and neglect in nursing homes nursing care, employment discrimination, workers’ compensation, and sexual abuse in the metaverse. Co-founder Richard Grungo, Jr.has been recognized as a digital pioneer in the legal sector by many media, including the ABA Journal, Fortune, Law360, Legaltech Newsand The American lawyer.

Media Contact

Richard Grungo, Jr., LawCity.Com1 856.528.4494, [email protected]

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