ROBERT STONE JEFFREY, ESQUIRE
Robert Stone Jeffrey, Esquire, focuses his practice on litigation, including domestic and international divorce, marital and family law disputes, as well as civil and family law appeals. Robert also represents clients relative to a wide array of civil and business disputes, including non-compete and non-solicitation litigation, competition law, and disputes between business owners. Robert is admitted to the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States, as well as the United States District Courts in and for the Middle and Southern districts of Florida. Robert prides himself on offering his clients straight-forward, comprehensive and personalized solutions, and in giving each and every client his complete and undivided attention. Robert was peer rated "AV" by Martindale-Hubbell in 2017, 2018, and 2019, for the "Highest Level of Professional Excellence," and has achieved a perfect 10/10 rating on Avvo.
Prior to establishing his own law practice in April of 2017, Robert was a partner at a boutique commercial and family law litigation firm in Miami, Florida, which represented clients in high-profile, complex, and celebrity litigation. Robert graduated from law school magna cum laude, in the top 4% of his class, and was awarded a Dean’s Merit Scholarship. Robert’s academic achievements allowed him to become an editor of the Florida Coastal Law Review, where he was named Editor of the Year in 2010, as well as Best Editor for a number of individual volumes. While completing his studies, Robert also worked for numerous professors, either as a teaching or research assistant, and interned for a United States District Court Judge.
Robert obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Central Florida, where he majored in International and Comparative Politics and minored in Spanish, was involved in organizing a number of charitable and philanthropic activities, and served as a Student Government Association Elections Commissioner. While in college, Robert was also the president of his fraternity, Lambda Chi Alpha.
Robert's Publications Include:
Robert S. Jeffrey, Chapter 11, Legal Effects Of Cohabitation, Adoption, Paternity, And Other Florida Family Practice, Florida Bar Practice Series (13th Edition) (forthcoming 2019)(Mr. Jeffrey also authored the 11th and 12th editions);
Robert S. Jeffrey, Chapter 5, Birth Establishment, Adoption, Paternity, And Other Florida Family Practice, Florida Bar Practice Series (13th Edition) (forthcoming 2019)(Mr. Jeffrey also authored the 11th and 12th editions);
Robert S. Jeffrey & Dolly Hernandez, Chapter 4, Modification of Property Rights, Florida Proceedings After Dissolution of Marriage, Florida Bar Practice Series (14th Edition) (forthcoming 2019)(Mr. Jeffrey also co-authored the 12th and 13th editions); v
Robert S. Jeffrey, Chapter 1, Marriage, Adoption, Paternity, And Other Florida Family Practice, Florida Bar Practice Series (13th Edition) (forthcoming 2019);
Robert S. Jeffrey & Kyle B. Sill, Up, Around, Over, and Under: A Textual Case for Busting Through the Supposed Privity Barrier of CISG Article 4, 38 N.C. J. INT’L L. & COM. REG. 697 (2013);
Robert S. Jeffrey, An Efficient Solution in a Time of Economic Hardship: The Right to Keep and Bear Arms in Self-Defense Against Piracy, 41 J. MAR. L. & COMM. 507 (2010);
Robert S. Jeffrey, Beyond the Hype: the Legal and Practical Consequences of American Needle, 11 FLA. COASTAL L. REV. 667 (2010).
Honors and Awards:
2017-2019 - AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell - Peer Rated for Highest Level of Professional Excellence.
2017-2019 - Avvo 10 Rating - "Top Attorney."
2019 - Top Up and Comer - South Florida Legal Guide.
2019 - Rising Star - Superlawers.com
2018 - Client Champion - Platinum - Martindale-Hubbell.
2018 - Avvo - Client's Choice Award.
2018 - Avvo -Top Contributor Award 2018.
2017 - Client Satisfaction Award, American Institute of Family Law Attorneys.
2010 - Editor of the Year, Florida Coastal Law Review.
Robert has been cited and/or quoted by the following publications:
ABA Entertainment and Sports Lawyer;
University of Michigan Law Review;
The Appalachian Journal of Law;
Columbia Journal of Transnational Law;
Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal;
Hawkland Uniform Commercial Codes Series;
Uniform Commercial Code Law Journal.
MARTINA COHEN, ESQUIRE
Martina Cohen, Esquire, is an Associate at Jeffrey Law, P.A., is admitted to the Florida Bar, and litigates marital and family law disputes, as well as commercial and business matters. Martina prides herself on working diligently and effectively to represent her clients’ best interests, and takes great pride in her relationships with her clients.
Prior to becoming an associate, Martina was a prosecutor for the 17th Judicial Circuit in Broward County, Florida, where she zealously advocated for the interests of many victims, and handled both bench and jury trials. Martina attended Florida International University College of Law where she received her Juris Doctorate degree in 2017. While in law school, Martina was a Certified Legal Intern for the office of the State Attorney, which allowed her to gain valuable legal experience in the courtroom prior to graduating from law school.
Martina received her undergraduate degree from Florida Atlantic University, where she majored in English Literature with a minor in Sociology. When Martina was eleven years old, she relocated from Buenos Aires, Argentina, to Boca Raton, Florida. Although this was a big challenge in her life, it drove Martina to become the person she is today. Martina is fluent in Spanish and has a working command of Portuguese.
In her free time, Martina likes to spend time with her 10-month-old daughter, Riley. Whether it is going to “mommy and me” classes, or simply going to the park together, Martina and Riley enjoy every minute. Martina’s love for children, and her desire to promote their best interests, drive her daily as a strong family law advocate.