Miami, Florida 33176
Divorce causes loss on many levels. That is a reality. Imagine a divorce process that can prevent further loss and allow people to transition in a smart, effective way, with respect and dignity and even healing.
As a Miami native, I graduated magna cum laude from the University of Miami in 1975 with a Bachelors in Business Administration, having majored in Accounting. I graduated cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law in 1978 and have been practicing law ever since. I have handled all types of family cases, in addition to having an appellate practice during my career.
My many years of experience representing people who are getting divorced have taught me that the greatest gift they can give to their children and to themselves is peace through the resolution of their case. Settled cases not only minimize difficulty for children, they also preserve the family's finances so that money can be used for the family's needs. That is why I am committed to the practice of collaborative divorce.
Professional ActivitiesVice President, Collaborative Family Law Institute (Miami)
University of Miami, graduated in 1975 Magna Cum Laude, BBA in Accounting
University of Miami Law School, Juris Doctorate, graduated in 1978, Cum Laude, Law Review
CommentsI am committed to the Collaborative Divorce Practice because it allows people the opportunity to do it right- to get divorced in a way that will best preserve their assets, dignity, respect, and future, and protect their children.