Robert A. Pascal is a native Floridian, born and raised in Fort Lauderdale. For the past (20) twenty- years, he has studied and practiced in the areas of: Immigration, International Law, Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Family Law, Corporations, Business Law, Trademarks and Probate. He has solid jury trial experience in the Florida Circuit Courts handling both criminal and civil trials. He is fully bilingual in English and Spanish, and dedicates a majority of his practice to serving the Hispanic Community.
What Mr. Pascal offers is a diverse background of experience and knowledge that he brings to his clients. He is able to identify legal issues that other attorneys locked into one area of law may overlook. What the clients like the most about Mr. Pascal is that he is truly concerned about his clients, and he is not merely driven by economic gain. Mr. Pascal treats every client with the same high level of respect, without regard to their economic or educational background. When you become a client of our office your file is not identified by a number, but by your name. You become part of our extended family, and will be happy to return to us in the future for additional legal services. Mr. Pascal looks forward to meeting you, and helping you to resolve your legal issues. Take a moment to review Mr. Pascal’s education and experience listed below.
Nova Southeastern University Juris Doctorate, JD Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. 1990
Loyola University BA. History New Orleans, LA. 1987 Honors: 83,84,86.
School of Business/School of Legal Studies Kaplan University Fort Lauderdale, Fl. 2009 - 2011
Professional Associations and Memberships:
American Immigration Lawyers Association Supreme Court of Florida – 1991 Member in Good Standing – No Disciplinary History Broward County Hispanic Bar Association 2010-2011 Past President of the Hispanic American Alliance of Broward 2003-2004
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Recent Continuing Education Seminars:
Intersection of Immigration Law & Criminal Law; Options for the Wealthy Client; Challenging Adjudication Standards for L Company Transferees; Practical Guide to LLC’s and LLP’s; International Law and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act; EB-5 Employment Creation.
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