Miami Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Attorney – Andrew Boros, Esq

AndrewBoros2 Miami Personal Injury  Wrongful Death Attorney   Andrew Boros, EsqAndrew Boros handles cases involving catastrophic personal injury, automobile accidents, wrongful death, slip and fall, medical malpractice, construction accidents and other serious matters involving negligence.

As a Miami Personal Injury Attorney, Mr. Boros has extensive experience in the handling of these matters which enables him to effectively deal with the courts, insurance defense attorneys and insurance companies.

He has cultivated a vast network of highly qualified experts in the fields of medicine, accident reconstruction, physical rehabilitation, economists and other disciplines who are called upon to testify on his client’s behalf.

Andrew Boros has a reputation of extraordinary success, client satisfaction and aggressive advocacy. His investment in time and resources assures that maximum results are achieved. His primary goal and objective is to achieve the highest financial award for each client.

There is no charge for consultation. Because cases are accepted on a contingency fee basis there is no legal fee unless there is a financial recovery.

Andrew H. Boros, Esq.
Attorney at Law, Miami, Florida – call (305) 854-8689
http://www.andrewboros.com/

Miami Divorce Lawyer – Andrew Boros, Esq

AndrewBoros Miami Divorce Lawyer   Andrew Boros, EsqFiling for a divorce can be a stressful and traumatic experience. I view it as a sensitive matter that can be handled confidentially and requires a full understanding of the situation with your objective expectations.

We will work together so you will be able to develop reasonable goals and a strategy calculated to succeed in obtaining the best possible resolution of your divorce or related matters.

Before filing for a divorce in Florida two requirements have to be met.

  • Since Florida is a no-fault divorce state, the only ground needed to obtain a divorce is that the marriage is “irretrievably broken.” It can’t be fixed or put back together.
  • Further, one of the parties to the marriage must have resided in the State of Florida for six months before filing the petition for dissolution of marriage.

I am focused on helping my clients resolve divorce disputes through mediation. The advantages of mediation include:

  • It is voluntary and non-binding
  • The parties control the scheduling and can expedite resolutions, if desired
  • The process may be less stressful than a trial or other court hearing;
  • Mediation is generally more cost-effective than contested litigation

If matters cannot be resolved through mediation, I have the knowledge and expertise and supporting staff to litigate all matters before the trial judge.

You may contact me for a confidential conversation about your situation and how I can help you.

Andrew H. Boros, Esq.Attorney at Law
2333 Brickell Avenue, Suite A-1, Miami, Florida 33129
http://www.andrewboros.com/SouthFloridaDivorceLawyer.html
Phone: (305) 854-8689