Fort Lauderdale Divorce Attorney | Florida
Romaine Brown, Esq., earned her J.D. Degree from St. Thomas University School of Law in 2002. Ms. Brown soon joined a small boutique law firm in Fort Lauderdale after passing the Florida Bar. Prior to this she was an intern in the Fort Lauderdale public defender's office, and an intern to the Honorable Joel T. Lazarus in the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit in Broward County, Florida. Ms. Brown believed that in starting her own practice, she could be more effective in helping people deal with a variety of legal issues.
* Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator
* Supreme Court Circuit Civil Mediation- pending
* Certification in Residential Real Estate Foreclosure
Florida Bar; Broward County Bar Association
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Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator in Family Law, Civil Law and Foreclosure.
Serving Delray Beach, Palm Beach and all of Broward County, including: Fort Lauderdale, Plantation, Parkland, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, Coral Springs, Pompano Beach, and Davie. For Immigration Visa Matters we have clients immigration from all over the World, including the Caribbean, South America, Europe, France, Africa, and Asia.
Call 954-467-3307 for a free consultation. Retainers, contingency fees on Personal Injury Cases only, hourly rates ($250.00 - $350.00 per hour)
By Appointment only
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