About The Law Offices of Nicole Rofé
When faced with a legal issue of any kind, one of the most important decisions you must make is who you will hire to represent you. In criminal defense, it can literally mean the difference between having your freedom and having it taken away from you. In immigration, it can mean providing a life for your family free of corruption and violence, or getting deported. In family law, it can mean keeping your children close or not being able to see them at all. It is important that you trust your lawyer and have an open and honest relationship with him/her. Attorney Nicole Rofé is an attorney who will be honest with you, and who has the experience and knowledge of the law necessary to handle your case.
If you are facing legal issues, The Law Office of Nicole Rofé would like to help you get them resolved. Contact us by calling 407-915-5447 and get your initial consultation set up today. We'll help walk you through your needs, the scope of your goals, and your budget.
Owner and Principle Partner
Nicole Rofé is an Orlando, Florida native with a strong tie to her community. The Law Office of Nicole Rofé is a law firm that prides itself on providing personalized service and assisting Florida residents in immigration, criminal defense, family law, and civil matters. With extensive experience in and out of the courtroom, Nicole Rofé has a high success rate involving complex legal issues.
Her experience and success in the courtroom is only matched by her law firm’s excellent customer service practices. Unlike most major law firms in the area, The Law Firm of Nicole Rofé cares for their clients offering personal attention and support every step of the way. During the process of your case Nicole Rofe’ promise is to keep you informed and comfortable maintaining communication with any calls or questions within 24 hours.
University of Florida
B.A. Criminal Justice, 2006
FAMU Law School
Activities & Affiliations
• ABC Bar Association, Member
• IP Law for Creatives Association, Member-at-Large
• Civil Rights Conservation