About Robert C. Nall, Esq.
Robert Nall represents high-wealth divorce clients in substantial asset cases since 1980. Mr. Nall writes and negotiates substantial asset pre-marital agreements and high-wealth post-marital settlement agreements to advance and protect the rights and interests of his clients.
The highly selective divorce practice of Attorney Nall ensures that each client, and each case, receives his full attention. Beyond matrimonial litigation, Mr. Nall has extensive experience in complex civil and business litigation and in writing documents and negotiating agreements involving substantial domestic assets and offshore trust assets.
Mr. Nall also serves as General Counsel to Public Officials, and has for more than 40 years.
- Author, “Think You’re Not a Debt Collector? The Courts May Disagree,” Florida Lawyers Special Report: The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Florida Lawyers Mutual Ins. Co., Vol. 4, No. 1 (1997)
- Author, “Conflicts of Interest in the Liability Insurance Setting,” 13 Georgia Law Review 973 (1979)
- The Florida Bar
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
- Indian River Beach County Bar Association (President 1989-1990)
- Grievance Committee 19B, 19th Judicial Circuit (Chair 2016)
- Fee Arbitration Committee 19th Judicial Circuit (Chair 2001)
Awards & Recognitions
- Indian River Pro Bono Award, 19th Judicial Court, 2000
- Indian River Pro Bono Award, Florida Rural Legal Services, 1998
- Indian River Pro Bono Award, Florida Rural Legal Services, 1991
- Indian River Pro Bono Award, Florida Rural Legal Services, 1988
- University of Georgia School of Law, Athens, Georgia, J.D., cum laude, 1980
- Member, Editorial Board, University of Georgia Law Review, 1978-1979
- Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, B.S., Biology, 1971
- University of Florida College of Law, 1979-1980
- San Francisco State University, 1975-1976
- University of Alabama, 1969
- Auburn University, 1967-1968