Frank P. Remsen

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Areas of Practice 1) Mediation, 2) Children, 3) Child Custody, 4) Child Custody Mediation, 5) Child Dependency, 6) Child Support, 7) Fathers Rights, 8) Grandparents Visitation Rights, 9) Juvenile Criminal Law, 10) Juvenile Dependency, 11) Juvenile Delinquency, 12) Juvenile Law and 13) Parental Kidnapping
Law School University of St. Thomas School of Law
Admitted Year 2001
Education Florida Atlantic University (B.B.A., 1998)
Most recent firm Frank P. Remsen, P.A.
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