Family Law Attorney Alisa Lebensohn

Alisa Lebensohn

Florida Family Law Attorney Alisa Lebensohn


Attorney Alisa Lebensohn considers each client an integral partner in the process of securing the desired case outcome. Frequent and open client communication, focused goal defining and strategic analysis of legal recourse are the foundations of Ms. Lebensohn’s approach to each matter.  As one of her clients recently stated:

Ms. Lebensohn is that rarest of legal professionals: honest, caring, competent and reasonable. Hire her, you will be glad you did!”

While she is a highly experienced litigator, to the extent possible, Alisa endeavors to settle disputes in a collaborative fashion such as through mediation, as her philosophy is to maximize the client’s results while minimizing trauma to the client and their families.


Family Law Attorney Alisa Lebensohn joined Klein Law Group in 2023. Ms. Lebesohn’s practice focuses primarily on family law matters including:

  • Marital Dissolution
  • Custody, Adoption
  • Paternity Actions
  • Parental Alienation
  • Dependency
  • Domestic Violence
  • Name Changes

Alisa Lebensohn, ESQ. has 30 years experience practicing law with an emphasis on civil litigation. She is a graduate of New York Law School with active licenses in both New York and Florida. Ms. Lebensohn was trained by some of the finest litigators in NYC, where she practiced law for over two decades.  She moved to Florida in 2012 and shortly thereafter was admitted to the Florida State Bar.

Prior to relocating to Florida, Alisa was an Assistant Attorney General under New York State Attorney Generals Andrew Cuomo and Eric Schneiderman. Before serving the State of New York, Alisa was a partner at a boutique NYC firm representing the victims of medical malpractice and personal injury. She also litigated for a large insurance carrier in the state for several years, which provided her insight into the methods and practices of carriers who seek to minimize their policy payouts to insured individuals.

In the course of her career, she has represented countless individual clients as well as several institutional clients such as New York City, New York State, and several large New York hospitals, as well as Business Franchises. Having alternatively prosecuted and defended lawsuits, Alisa enjoys the advantage of minimizing the impact of adversarial moves by taking the offensive at the outset of a case.


New York Law School, J.D. Feb 1994

SUNY Stony Brook, B.A. 1990

Tel Aviv University, International Law Summer Program

University of Oslo, Norway, International Law and Human Rights Program


Alisa Lebensohn lives in beautiful Boca Raton with her family, ever enchanted with the natural wonders of the State of Florida. She has dual citizenship in the USA and Israel and is fluent in Hebrew. She enjoys sailing, kayaking, rollerblading, hiking spinning, gardening, reading and foreign films.

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