just curious--why do u hate to say u like it?
When I fist started law school, I thought there is no way I am going to practice FL. However, that all changed after I completed a class in community property. The class was taught by a presiding FL judge and he was awesome. Now I am taking a FL class and the issues such as support, custody, visitation, move-aways, creating agreements and declarations are interesting.
I agree with the "aryeal's" post that you get alot of courtroom time. There are several motions/orders that can be filed. Depending on the case, the attorney may have to appear in court for hearings. Honing your argument skills is a must. As an attorney working on a FL case, you must know the facts and the law. If you rely upon a "script" you will be toast.
I have gone through the process of a divorce and it wasn't fun. After knowing what I know now, there were some things I would have done differently.
My parents divorced when I was very young but they remained very good friends. I would like to work in FL in the hopes that parents can reach an amicable agreement.