A.J. Grossman is an Orlando Family Law Lawyer who is committed to and passionate about the idea of practicing law as a healing profession. He practices with integrity, high ethical standards, and professionalism.
A.J.’s mission is to help his clients settle family law disputes in a way that minimizes harm to the family, promotes healing, and mitigates the costs of the case by avoiding unnecessary, overly-aggressive litigation. No stranger to the courtroom, A.J. enjoys trial practice and is committed to zealously representing his clients at trial, if necessary.
A.J. enjoys spending time with his wife Kiki, family, and friends. He is also an artist, and loves writing original music and pursuing his passion for photography.
To support his mission, A.J. obtained advanced training in Collaborative Divorce, and served on the Board of The Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida.
In addition, to further his commitment to alternative dispute resolution, A.J. pursued a one-year, full-time course of study and earned a Master of Laws degree in Dispute Resolution from The Straus Institute at the Pepperdine University School of Law. The Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution has been ranked by U.S. News and World Report as the #1 dispute resolution program for an unprecedented 11 consecutive years.
A.J. is passionate about public speaking as a means to help his community. He believes that each person to whom he can pass on the spirit of peacemaking, brings us collectively, one step closer to a peaceful society. A.J. has spoken on the following topics:
- Difficult Conversations between men and women, and how to talk about what matters most (Edward Jones)
- Negotiation – (West Orange Chamber of Commerce “Navigate Your Way To Success” event in 2011, held at the Family Life Center at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, delivering a talk on Negotiation)
- Collaborative Divorce – What is it, How Does it Work, and Why is it a Great Alternative (Winter Garden, FL Rotary)
- Apology in Business (West Orange Chamber of Commerce)
- Getting to Yes and Interest-Based, Principled Negotiation (Apopka, FL Rotary)
- Communicating With Highly Emotional People (West Orange Chamber of Commerce)