Mariajose Rivera

Associate Attorney

Mariajose Rivera has been practicing family law for over eleven years. Ms. Rivera has appeared in dissolution and paternity matters, domestic violence and dependency matters in many South Florida courtrooms adding to her versatility in legal matters. She is an arduous litigator. Mariajose is fluent in both English and Spanish and advocates fiercely for her clients. She is very detail oriented and believes that every client deserves one-on-one attention as if they are her only client.


  • Florida A&M College of Law, Orlando, Florida
    • Juris Doctorate, 2006
    • Member of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
    • President of the Hispanic American Law Student Association
  • Florida International University
    • B.A. in English, 2002
    • Minor in Psychology


  • Florida, 2010
  • S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, 2012


  • 100% Family Law
  • 100% of Practice devoted to Litigation


  • Family Section – Florida Bar Association
  • Bilingual-fluent in English and Spanish

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