Mediator's Profile

Arthur Grossman III

Business Name: Leap Frog Divorce, PLLC

Leap Frog Divorce was formed to provide access to high-quality divorce and family law services, with flexible payment options and a more personal client experience. A.J. Grossman III is the only experienced, practicing family law attorney in Florida who holds a Master of Laws degree from the #1-ranked dispute resolution program in the United States, The Straus Institute at Pepperdine School of Law.

A.J. understands that every client and/or family is unique, and no single approach is the right one for all clients or all families. Therefore, he has been trained in traditional trial litigation and advocacy, as well as alternative dispute resolution options such as collaborative divorce, mediation, and arbitration.

A.J. has served on the board of directors for the Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida, the board of directors for the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and the Orange County Bar Association Family Law Committee. He also volunteered his time serving on committees dedicated to establishing certification for collaborative professionals and delivering webinar education for legal professionals.


  •   Pepperdine Law, LL.M., Dispute Resolution, 2010
  •   Florida Coastal School of Law, JD, Law, 2009
  •   San Jose State University, B.S., Business Administration – Marketing, 1992


  •  Orange County Bar Association Family Law Executive Committee, Member · Jul 2016 – Present
  •  Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers, Member · Jun 2015
  •  Central Florida Family Law Inns of court, Associate Member – Jun 2015 to present
  •   Florida Bar Association, Member · Nov 2010 – Present
  •   Florida Bar Association Family Law Section, Member · Nov 2010 – Present
  •   Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Fraternity, Member · Jan 2007 – Present
  •  Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida, Board Member · Jan 2014 – Jan 2015

Areas of Focus

  •   Divorce
  •   Collaborative Divorce
  •   Child Custody
  •   Child Support & Visitation
  •   Paternity
  •   Post Divorce Modifications and Enforcement
  •   Family Law Mediation

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