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Mr Eric Klein

Mr Eric Klein

Klein Law Group, P.A.
  • Domestic Violence, Divorce, Family Law...
  • Florida, Massachusetts
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Summary

I am a trial lawyer with a boutique practice that helps people. My Firm concentrates in family law – Divorce, Paternity, Custody, and Prenuptial Agreements – consumer bankruptcy and real estate law, Foreclosure Defense and other real estate litigation - we have a title agency, engage in short sale negotiations --- I have highly skilled attorneys in each area --- we work together as a team. We help our Clients navigate a difficult, challenging, often uncertain process and assist them in achieving the best possible results. What’s unique about my practice is that I can assist people in all aspects of their personal and financial troubles from aggressively pursuing a divorce, to defending a foreclosure, short selling a property, bankruptcy and assisting them in rebuilding their credit. Unlike most law firms, we offer all of these services under one roof.

Practice Areas
  • Domestic Violence
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Bankruptcy
  • Foreclosure Defense
  • Collections
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Florida
Massachusetts
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Klein Law Group, P.A.
- Current
Education
Massachusetts School of Law at Andover
J.D. / Law
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Activities: Founder and Editor-in-Chief: The Writ
University of Pennsylvania
B.B.A. / Business
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Awards
AV Preeminent
LexisNexis Martindale Hubbell
2016 AV Preeminent Award. Highest Possible Rating in Both Legal Ability & Ethical Standards Reflecting the Confidential Opinions of Members of the Bar and Judiciary.
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Professional Associations
Wharton Club of South Florida
Member
- Current
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses
Scholar
- Current
Boca Chamber
Member
- Current
The Bankruptcy Bar Association of the Southern District of Florida
Member
- Current
Palm Beach County Bar Association  # 35985
Member
- Current
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
Member
- Current
University of Pennsylvania Alumni Association
Member
- Current
Publications
Articles & Publications
Your Complete Guide to Restoring Your Credit After Bankruptcy
Credit Solutions Program
Legally Speaking with Eric Klein
Brookline Access TV
Speaking Engagements
Prenuptial Agreements, LeTip of Boca Raton, Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel
LeTip of Boca Raton
Bankruptcy Chapter 13 101: The Plan, Law Review CLE, Ft. Lauderdale
Law Review CLE
Bankruptcy Chapter 7 & 13 Workshop, Law Review CLE, Palm Beach
Law Review CLE
Websites & Blogs
Website
Website
Legal Answers
101 Questions Answered

Q. I would like to get a divorce but my spouse is unwilling and we also live in different countries, how do i proceed?
A: You would file a case for divorce in the county in which you reside. The fact that he lives in a different country, makes it complex. So you will need to hire an attorney, but it can be done.
Q. If I’m a stay at home mom and file for divorce Can I get primary custody of our kids?
A: Although I agree with my colleague, Attorney Lieber, to directly answer your question, the fact that you were told that since he makes the money he will get them is NOT true. Do not let this stop you from filing for divorce.
Q. My wife and I resided in Florida. She fled to New York five years ago, taking my daughter. She has filed for divorce.
A: Yes, not only that, she is obligated to file in New York as only New York has jurisdiction over your (minor) child. Florida lost jurisdiction over your daughter four-and-a-half years ago.
Q. What part of my retirement and ssi is my wife entitled to if we were married for less than 2 years
A: That is ridiculous (you need to get an attorney). She is only entitled to that portion of your retirement that accrued during the two years you were married. And if you did not make any contributions to the retirement account during the marriage, she is entitled to nothing. As for SSI, she gets nothing. DON'T SIGN. Good luck.
Q. In Florida in alimony court if I worked for 30 years at my parents business making 80k and they decide to close
A: So long as your parents actually closed their business, that would justify a lower, if not no, alimony payment. However, you would have to go out and use your best efforts to find employment. As you may know, alimony is based on her need and your ability to pay. If you do not have the ability to pay, you will not be ordered to pay. Good luck.
Q. I'm a PR, housewife and my kids are American And Singaporean. How can I have custody of the kids and move to spore
A: If your husband will agree to the relocation, it should be very easy. If not, you have to convince a judge that it is in the best interest of the child to relocate to Singapore.
Q. My ex and I have written/notarized agreement regarding CS and visitation but she is not keeping up w/ it. what can I do?
A: First, your written notarized agreement, although witnessed by a Rabbi, a Priest, an Imam and Donald Trump himself, is not enforceable. The only way it would be enforceable is if it were reduced to a court order and signed by a judge. Next, it seems that you sat on your rights too long and now, New York has jurisdiction over your child. As such, you would have to go to a NY court to obtain visits. I hope this helps. Good luck.
Q. If I got a second job after I separated to meet the ends. Will that count in my child support calculations?.
A: Yes, the income from your second job will be counted in your child support calculation.
Q. Respondent, Divorce w/child in Florida. What reason would my ex want to push up mediation before CMC? Should I agree?
A: Why shouldn't you agree. If you want to get divorced, why not go to mediation. The CMC and mediation are unrelated. You may get to the CMC and the judge would order you to mediation. Mediation could very well save time and money. Good luck.
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Boca Raton Office
4800 N. Federal Highway
Building B, Suite 307
Boca Raton, FL 33431
USA
Telephone: (561) 353-2800
West Palm Beach Office
777 South Flagler Drive
Suite 800 - West Tower
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
USA
Telephone: (561) 353-2800
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110 East Broward Blvd., Ste. 1700
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
USA
Telephone: (954) 580-8080