Rashida

Rose

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Tallahassee, FL
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in FL
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About Rashida

Rashida Rose is an attorney who cares — about her clients and her community. Her professional and personal philosophy includes giving back in ways that make a meaningful difference to the local and global communities to which she dedicates her practice. Rashida helps her clients retain visitation rights or custody so that they can enjoy being a part of their childrens’ lives. She firmly believes that her clients should be able to participate in the growth and development of their children.

ATTONREY ROSE can help you with the following and MORE!
Alimony
Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce)
Domestic, Repeat, Sexual or Dating Violence; Stalking Injunctions (Temporary Restraining Orders)
Judgments and Orders
Judicial Waiver of Parental Notice
Motions
Name Change
Parenting Coordinator
Parenting Plan
Disestablishment of Paternity
Relocation
Representation Forms, Petitions, Supplemental (Modification) Petitions, Answers
Relative/Step-Parent Adoption
Temporary/Concurrent Custody
Time-Sharing

and so MUCH MORE!

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English

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