Divorce Lawyer: Miami, Florida

For many people, divorce is among the most challenging experiences they will have in their lifetime. Your role as parent, your long-term financial stability and other critical decisions will be made at the same time you are coping with the emotional fallout of a failed marriage. It is vital to retain the services of a lawyer who understands the importance of helping you establish a strong foundation for your post-divorce life.

The law firm of Ronald H. Kauffman, A Professional Association, brings experience and a well-honed skill set to his Miami family law practice. Ron is adept at helping individuals identify key objectives, and then develop a legal strategy to achieve those objectives. He is experienced at resolving conflicts through both mediation and litigation.

We also represent clients who need to modify an existing divorce agreement due to relocation or other life changes

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Helping Clients Reach Long-Term Solutions

The firm has a track record of resolving all aspects of divorce, often without the need to litigate. Ron is a thoroughly knowledgeable attorney who is prepared to advocate on your behalf in these and other areas of Florida divorce law:

  • Child custody and time sharing — Florida courts encourage sharing parenting duties as equally as possible. In fact, the courts no longer use the terms “custody” or “visitation.” Ron can help you pursue a favorable outcome. He has extensive experience working with interstate and international custody issues.
  • Child support — Whether you expect to pay child support or receive it, it is important to work with a lawyer who is knowledgeable about Florida child support guidelines and when courts may deviate from the guidelines.
  • Property division — Protecting your rights regarding the division of marital assets and debt in order to put you in the best possible position to begin your post-divorce life.
  • Alimony — Florida laws identify many forms of spousal support. Here again, whether you are paying alimony or expect to receive it, it is important to work with an attorney who is knowledgeable about your rights and when it makes sense to deviate from a standard spousal support formula.

Assisting Clients Throughout South Florida

Ronald H. Kauffman, P.A. - Miami Family Law Attorney

Ron works with clients in Miami-Dade County, Broward County and throughout South Florida. If you face divorce, enlist the services of a divorce lawyer who has a record of success and places an emphasis on providing personal service at reasonable rates.

Call 800-556-2329 or use our contact form to schedule a consultation.

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Divorce is among the most challenging experiences. Your long-term financial stability and other critical decisions will be made at the same time you are coping with the emotional fallout of a failed marriage.

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Family Law

There are a number of attorneys in South Florida, but only a handful are board certified in marital and family law by the Supreme Court of Florida and the Florida Bar. Ronald H. Kauffman is one of them.


Paternity actions are filed in order to legally establish a child’s biological father, typically for the purposes of protecting one’s parental rights or to allow the mother to acquire child support from the father.

Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements are important for couples planning to marry. Many people believe prenuptial agreements are only for the rich and famous. However, prenuptial agreements help all couples.

Parental Relocation

When one parent wants to move more than 50 miles from their current address with a minor child, they will need either the consent of the other parent, or a court order granting a relocation petition.

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Child Support

The amount of the monthly payment is determined by a formula that is spelled out in the Florida Child Support Guidelines. A number of factors are considered in setting the amount of child support that will be paid.