Rio, Florida Divorce Lawyers
Welcome to our law offices. If you’re going through a divorce, we understand this is a difficult time for you. We will get started on your case right away so that you can get your life back as soon as possible.
Call now for your FREE consultation: (561) 748-8000
Perhaps you have considered not hiring a divorce lawyer and handling it yourself. More often than not, this is not recommended. Divorce and family law can be very complex. Even what starts out being a fairly straightforward, uncontested divorce can quickly snowball into a much more complicated case. Not only that, but if your spouse has a lawyer, the playing field is definitely uneven. Lawyers specializing in divorce will know the applicable laws and best ways to argue on your behalf so you can get what you are entitled to.
Save yourself the headaches and hours of paperwork, and put your divorce case into the hands of the most capable lawyers in Martin County.
Call us today – we will answer your questions honestly and thoroughly and let you know if your divorce can be handled without an attorney. Our team has more than 30 years experience in divorce and family law.
Compassionate Counsel, Strong Advocate
Our team understands that your divorce is a difficult time for you. It can be a highly emotional and stressful time. Despite our many years of experience, everyone on our team has maintained a spirit of compassion and empathy for our clients, treating each of them with the care, attention, and respect they deserve.
Here are our areas of expertise:
- Divorce appeals
- Change of name in divorce cases
- Division of assets & liabilities
- Child support
- Modifications of alimony
- Modifications of child support
- Enforcement & collection of alimony and child support
- Stepparent adoptions
- Return of removed or abducted children (nationally and internationally)
- Paternity disputes
- Domestic violence
- Relocation and relocation defense
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
- Same-sex divorce
- Child custody (now called Parenting Plans)
- Visitation (now called Timesharing)
- Jurisdiction and venue disputes
- Motions to vacate final judgments for financial fraud