We understand that legal conflicts involving family can become overwhelming, both emotionally and financially. You do not have to go through this difficult time alone. We can help. We will guide you through the divorce process and look to resolve disputes as amicably and efficiently as possible, all the while fully safeguarding your parental and financial rights.
A divorce action can be a scary time for a client. We are sympathetic and want to help you through this difficult time. We are prepared to handle a broad range of issues that can arise during a divorce proceeding including:
Every parent wants to provide stability for their children. At the same time, they are concerned whether they will get enough time with their children. Our attorneys care and they will help create a parenting plan that is in the best interest of your child.
Our attorneys understand how Florida formulates and calculates child support. We recognize how different situations can affect the guidelines that determine child support. Whether you are going through a divorce or are an unmarried parent, we will help protect your child’s rights.
Florida requires an equitable distribution of both assets and debts. We will help guide you through the process of deciding what is and is not marital property, while protecting your financial and property interests.
Many factors are considered when determining whether a party will receive spousal support. These factors and the details of your specific situation are influential. If you have concerns or questions about alimony, our attorneys will be able to provide answers.
Our attorneys recognize that changes occur over time. Whether these changes include relocation or the needs of individuals, our attorneys will be able to guide you through the process and get the modifications that are needed.
Whether you are an individual contemplating marriage or a married couple, everyone should have a plan for the future. Both agreements will protect your property rights and can avoid the stress and expense that occur if a divorce takes place. Whether you are blending a family or have substantial family assets, we can tailor the agreement to your specific needs today and in the future.
When paternity becomes an issue, a birth certificate alone is not enough. Regardless of how paternity is established it can affect your parental rights, child support and custody, and many other issues. As these issues are often complicated, it is necessary to discuss your case with attorneys are equipped to handle the issue. Our attorneys are aware of the many issues that may arise in a paternity action and are dedicated to protect your rights.