Marriage and family legal problems such as divorce, custody battles, alimony, adoption, child support, parenting plans, prenuptial agreements, and complex asset circumstances can cause a great deal of emotional stress in your life. You're not alone. We are here to help you get through these difficult times of your life.
Resolving Conflicts, Not Creating More
Do you want to know how to get divorced in Florida? Our goal is to help you divorce as friends by fostering a peaceful ending to your marriage, and encouraging a new beginning in your life.
Keith Grossman is experienced and knowledgeable, and possesses mediation skills. Danielle Levy has a variety of experiences with divorce and family law matters, and she has successfully represented our clients in mediation and in court.
The best decisions and positive results occur in a divorce crisis when the focus is on cooperation and resolution, not on litigation. However, all people involved have to be willing to cooperate. You are encouraged and empowered to participate in the decision-making process.
When Litigation is Your Best Choice
When litigation is the best choice for you, we are prepared to fight for you and protect your rights in court. Keith and Danielle have a combined 25+ years experience as trial, divorce, and family law attorneys. Grossman Law & Conflict Management effectively and aggressively represents numerous clients in divorce trials and related hearings.
Resolving Conflict in Your Workplace
The concepts and methods that Keith has learned working with clients in divorce and family law cases, he now applies to the workplace environment. He has worked with businesses as a trainer, a facilitator, and a conflict management coach working with individual’s one-on-one. His services center around communication skills, conflict management skills, and consensus building. His goal is to help you communicate and work better together, as well as to offer solutions to conflict at an early stage so that you stay out of court, don’t go broke, and preserve your relationships.
To learn more about Keith's Conflict Management work, visit KeithShares.com