Rosemarie S. Roth, Esq.

ROSEMARIE S. ROTH, ESQUIRE, has practiced in the area Family Law for the past 28 years and has specialized in Collaborative Family Law since 2000. She founded the Collaborative Family Law Institute in 1999 and served as president for ten years. Thereafter, Rosemarie became the founding president of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Florida in 2010 and continues to serve in that capacity. Her law practice focuses on collaborative family law and includes divorce; post judgment issues, paternity and domestic partnership agreements as well as pre and post nuptial agreements. Rosemarie is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator, a trainer in Collaborative Law and was an adjunct professor co teaching the first Collaborative Law workshop at the University Of Miami School Of Law.  Rosemarie received her Bachelor of Education from the University of Miami and her Juris Doctor from Nova University Center for the Study of Law. She is a member of the Florida Bar and the Bar’s Family Law Section and has served as a chair or member of the Mediation and Arbitration Committee, Rules and Forms Committee and the Legislation Committee. She is a member of the Academy of Collaborative Professionals. She has lectures on Collaborative Law at the University Of Miami School Of Law and with the Florida Collaborative Trainers, LLC, where she is a principal, trains attorneys, mental health and financial professionals in the Collaborative Process throughout Florida and extended her trainings to New England. Her presentations have included Florida Bar CLE seminars, the Florida Chapter of AFCC, the Florida Psychological Association and various professional and civic organizations. Rosemarie has also trained law students and attorneys in Collaborative Law at the Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida and incoming members of the Collaborative Family Law Institute. She has appeared on NBC 6, Miami, Florida and on WLRN, the local Miami NPR affiliate, discussing Collaborative Law. Her passion for the Collaborative process is infectious and has resulted in practitioners throughout Florida establishing nine other practice groups.  Rosemarie co-authored the chapter on Collaborative Law in the Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education handbook, Dissolution of Marriage. She can be contacted by-email at or at her office at (305) 596-7303, website: and www.floridacollaborativetrainers.

Rosemarie S. Roth Esq.
8525 S.W. 92nd Street Suite B-5
Miami FL, 33156
Phone: (305) 596-7303
Fax: (305) 596-1198

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