A genuine concern for the community we serve

The members of Sullivan, Admire & Sullivan, P.A. have always been and continue to be active in the local Miami community and community affairs. We strive to give back and encourage others to do so as well. Whether it be through charities, volunteerism or some other opportunity, people supporting people is the backbone of a strong local community.

John C. Sullivan, Jr. has worked extensively with the Boy Scouts and the Coral Gables Khoury League as both a coach and umpire. He is a former member of the Board of the Vizcayans and the Counselling Ministries of South Florida.

John G. Admire is a past-president of the Junior Orange Bowl Committee, Inc. and has served as its legal council for over 10 years. He is a former member of the City of Coral Gables Board of Adjustment, City of Coral Gables Trial Board, City of Coral Gables Insurance Advisory Board, City of Coral Gables Cable TV Board and served as a City of Coral Gables Zoning Compliance hearing officer. He formerly served as president of the South Miami-Kendall Jaycees and was a Jaycees district director. He is a former board member of the Donors Forum of South Florida. He also was a long time coach of Little League Baseball and was a finalist for the Coral Gables Rotary Club 2007 Citizen of the Year. He served his church, Christ the King Lutheran Church, as a member of the church council and a high school sunday school teacher.

Christopher Papa During law school, Christopher represented underserved clients in the local community through the University of Miami Health and Elder Rights Clinic—first as an intern and later as a Dean’s Fellow—where he guided interns and helped to secure health benefits and prepare end-of-life plans for those who would otherwise not have received much needed legal services.

After passing the bar in 2014, Christopher worked at the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court as the case manager for the Honorable Judge Maria M. Korvick, the Administrative Judge for Probate Division, for whom he reviewed all aspects of probate, trust, and guardianship cases. He continues to volunteer his time to help the Court generate informational resources for the benefit of the community at large. He also aims to help protect the incapacitated of his community by volunteering his time to help educate Floridians seeking to become a guardian for a loved one or as a professional.