Board Certified Lawyer v Non-Board Certified Lawyer

An attorney who is licensed by the state Bar association is presumed competent to practice law in any area he or she chooses. On the other hand, only an attorney who takes the measures to become Board Certified in a particular area of practice is able to refer to him or herself as an “expert” or “specialist” in that area of practice. Attorneys who practice family law need to meet certain requirements to be considered as board certified family lawyer.

Only a small percentage of all Florida lawyers are Board Certified family lawyer in Marital & Family Law. As of April 1,2015, there are 83,267 Florida attorneys who are eligible to practice. Of those eligible to practice, there are 275 attorneys in Florida who are Board Certified in Marital and Family Law. ‘

Why choose a Board Certified family lawyer? With so much at stake, including your children and your assets, you should hire the most experienced attorney possible. Hire a Board Certified Specialist and consider the expense an investment in your future. In many cases the most experienced family lawyer will help you save money and recover your financial output for fees and costs over time.

Professionalism, knowledge of the law, trust, honesty and respect is what you can expect when you are dealing with a lawyer who is Board Certified by The Florida Bar. All of these values will help make a difference in your case.

Remember, when you need help with a FAMILY LAW issue, choose a Board Certified Specialist.