What We do
Florida Family Law and Appellate Attorneys
Florida Family Law
Child Support & Alimony
Prenuptial, Postnuptial and Cohabitation Agreements
Other Legal Services
Through Legal Aid Program
Dissolution of Marriage
Frequently Asked Questions
What do you charge for an initial consultation?
Nothing. Our first meeting is free, but the duration is to be determined by the attorney conducting the consultation. The limited free consult gives you and our attorneys an opportunity to exchange details and get to know each other before you decide to hire us, and we decide to take your case.
How experienced are your divorce attorneys? I need aggressive representation.
We’re experienced enough to know when to get tough and when to use diplomacy. Katherine Birnbaum is a Board Certified Marital and Family Law attorney. Both she and Juliette Lippman have 20+ years of experience and are also Certified Family Mediators. Please view our Attorney Profiles to learn more.
How long does it take to get divorced?
The length of your case will depend on the size of your estate and the number of issues involved. The average cases in South Florida which are not settled take at least one year to complete. Cases involving business valuation take longer.
Do you take on appeals from outside law firms and new clients?
Yes! We also provide litigation support during trial, co-counsel services on cases with major legal issues and preparations of writs and motions for outside clients.
Do you handle appeals only on family law issues?
No. Our appellate division is led by a Florida Bar Board Certified Appellate Lawyer experienced in commercial and tort litigation at both the federal and state levels.
Do you have in-house counsel admitted to argue cases before the United States Supreme Court?
Yes. Nancy W. Gregoire was admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1992 and has previously appeared before