Rand Scott Lieber

Rand Scott Lieber

Offering more than 20 years of experience at reasonable prices.
  • Divorce, Family Law
  • Florida
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I offer more than 20 years of experience at reasonable prices. I handle divorce cases, paternity cases, prenuptial agreements, modifications of alimony, child support and timesharing and enforcement and contempt matters. I spent my first six years as a lawyer working as an Assistant State Attorney. Since then I have focused my career on helping people with their family law matters.

Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Florida
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Family Law Attorney
Sachs Sax Caplan
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Family Law Attorney
Valdespino & Associates
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Associate Attorney
Kutner and Associates
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Handled all aspects of family law cases, including divorce, paternity, modifications, enforcement and contempt, as well as prenuptial agreements.
Assistant State Attorney
Miami Dade County State Attorneys' Office
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In six years as a prosecutor I tried more than 30 jury trials and conducted more than 100 bench trials.
Assistant State Attorney
State Attorney - 18th Circuit of Florida
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Education
University of Miami School of Law
Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor
University of Texas - Dallas
B.S. (1988) | Applied Mathematics
Professional Associations
Florida State Bar # 45380
Member
- Current
Certifications
Attorney
Florida State Bar
Websites & Blogs
Website
Legal Answers
550 Questions Answered

Q. my ex lives 85 miles away, since I have completed a child support modification he wants to pursue shared custody?
A: Both parents are entitled to spend time with the children. The court will enter a timesharing schedule that is in the best interests of the children. The court will look at the father's past conduct regarding spending time with the children. If they are established in their current school then they will continue to attend there. The court will not order them to travel 85 miles each way to go to school. If by shared custody you mean 50/50, that does not seem reasonable based on the information that you have provided.
Q. Can a Florida prisoner married to a women in France file a simplified petition for dissolution of marriage?
A: If the prisoner has lived in Florida more than six months then they can file for divorce. If the spouse cannot be found then there is a procedure for divorce by publication.
Q. How does disability from the military/VA factor into child suport
A: Child support in Florida is based on each parent's net income. If a parent is receiving disability payments then they are included in their income.
Q. Is it possible to have divorce papers drawn up without going to court?
A: Filing with the court is what makes it legal and final. You can enter into all of the necessary agreements and complete the forms prior to filing with the court. Your local clerk may have a "self help" packet of forms or they are all available for free online. Just google florida family forms and choose the flcourts website.
Q. who is required to do transportation mediated agreement states father, parenting plan states whom ever is starting ts
A: The dad returns clause probably prevails but unfortunately if dad takes the opposite position then you must go back to court for the judge to decide.
Q. Hello, How can I get my Turkish divorce recognized in the United States? Both marriage and divorce was done in Turkey.
A: What is your ultimate goal? You can simply file the translated certified (apostiled?) copy with the clerk of the circuit court where you live.
Q. Myself and my spouse are filing for divorce. Are we qualified for a Simplified Dissolution of Marriage in Marion County?
A: "Simplified" does mean no assets or liabilities but you can still pursue a regular divorce. The lawyer wants to make sure that you have each disclosed all of your assets and liabilities and is probably requesting that you complete a financial affidavit so that there is some evidence of the disclosure.
Q. As the child (35 yr now)never received child support from her father while living in PR can she claim the total pension?
A: Unless your mother got a judgment before you turned 18 she probably cannot recover past due child support so many years later. Since child support was owed to the parent if you are the child you have no standing (independent right) to collect past due child support.
Q. Do I have to pay for child care on the other parents days?
A: Child care expense is a part of the child support calculation. You may or may not "take a hit" but the number will change based on the cost of the child care.
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Main office
2455 Hollywood Blvd, Suite 305
Hollywood, FL 33020
USA
Telephone: (954) 453-1120