PDP Member Appointed Chair of the Florida Supreme Court's Family Law Forms Advisory Workgroup
Monday, February 06, 2012
Robyn L. Vines (Blackstone '98), a shareholder in the Fort Lauderdale office of GrayRobinson, P.A., was appointed Chair of the Florida Supreme Court’s Family Law Forms Advisory Workgroup for a one-year term. As a family law advocate, Vines has been an active member of the workgroup for several years.
"Robyn is devoted to improving the practice of family law,” said GrayRobinson President Byrd F. "Biff” Marshall, Jr. "We are proud of her recent appointment and are confident she will serve the Florida Supreme Court well in this new role.”
Vines concentrates her practice primarily in matters affecting the family including dissolution of marriage, establishing, modifying and enforcing child support and alimony obligations, determinations of paternity, establishing and modifying parenting plans and timesharing schedules, child relocation, domestic violence proceedings, and negotiating and drafting prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
The "AV”-rated attorney is a member of The Florida Bar, the Florida Association of Women Lawyers and the Broward County Bar Association. She is also a member of the Family Law Sections' Legislation and Membership committees. Previously, she served as both Chair and Vice Chair of the Florida Bar’s Family Law Rules Committee, as a member of the Rules of Civil Procedure Committee, and was on the board of governors for the Young Lawyers Division of The Florida Bar and an officer and board member of the Broward County Bar Association's Young Lawyers’ Section.
Aside from her professional accomplishments within the legal field, Vines is a member of the Fort Lauderdale Women's Executive Club and serves on the executive board of Winterfest, Inc.
She received her juris doctorate from the Nova Southeastern University and her undergraduate degree from Purdue University. In June 2011, Vines graduated from the Leadership Broward as a member of Class XXIX. She has also attended Indiana Military Academy Officer Candidate School.