August 23, 2014

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Legal Elite Profile: Leonard R. Ross

| 6/24/2013

Practice Areas:

  • Marital & Family Law

Leonard R. Ross is Board Certified as a specialist in Marital and Family Law. Mr. Ross has practiced in excess of 30 years and has assisted clients in all aspects of complex Family Law issues including dissolution of marriage actions, time-sharing issues, child support litigation, pre-post nuptial agreements, relocation litigation, domestic violence injunctions, Hague convention issues, paternity proceedings, post judgment modifications and appellate matters. His offices are in Daytona Beach, Lake Mary, Hollywood and Miami, Florida. Mr. Ross has served on numerous community, legal and bar committees. He has been called upon to testify on multiple occasions as an expert witness in complex Family Law trials and his opinions on Family Law issues have been sought out by national publications and news organizations. He is also certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a family law mediator and parental coordinator.

The Law Offices of Leonard R. Ross
642 N. Halifax Ave.
Daytona Beach, FL 32118
(866) 923-7400
lenrross@gmail.com
www.FLDivorcesite.com

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