Firm Beginnings

In the quickly changing landscape of South Florida law firms, Kramer, Green, Zuckerman, Greene & Buchsbaum, P.A. has remained a constant.  Founded in 1983 by Robert M. Kramer and Leslie H. Zuckerman, the firm’s principals continue to be a powerful force in the legal community whose success and longevity are based on mutual respect for their clients, each other, and a shared passion for the law. As friends in the Tax Law Program at the University of Miami Law School, Bob and Les served as attorneys for the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, D.C.  They founded the firm with a specialty in tax, pension planning, estate planning and business transactions.  In 1994, Mitchell F. Green, an attorney with experience in health law and commercial transactions, as well as a certified public accountant, joined the firm. Just a few years later, Craig M. Greene, a civil trial lawyer with expertise in the insurance arena, became a shareholder heading up the litigation department. The firm added an appellate division less than a year later when Robert I. Buchsbaum joined the practice. In 2002, Kramer, Green, Zuckerman, Greene & Buchsbaum, P.A., was born.

Who We Are Today

When we say it is our “mission” to meet each client’s individual needs, this is not a promotional statement. It is a philosophy rooted in experience and evidenced by our success. Each client is an individual, with unique needs, problems and legal issues.  It is our mission to provide that client with the unique, cost-effective solutions necessary to resolve their problems.

For more than 30 years, we continue to be sought after by clients, both locally and nationally, who recognize the dedication, and experience of our lawyers. While other firms have disbanded, lost named partners or merged, we have retained our strength, presence and independence by consistently working with our clients not just for our clients; providing excellent service and exceeding expectations through our passion for success.

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