St. Lucie County Divorce Attorney
Do I need a divorce attorney?
Many people think they don’t need a divorce attorney. They either don’t have the money, or they think their case is straightforward or amicable enough that a lawyer would be a waste of time and money. But throughout the course of the divorce, other, more complex issues come up or their spouse has an attorney and the playing field is no longer even.
If you are going through a divorce, you need a divorce attorney. Divorce is a legal matter and it requires a knowledgeable, experienced professional to navigate all the complexities and issues that can come up. If you are not an attorney, you are probably not in a position to know statutes, case law, and court procedures that pertain to your situation. You may not know what legal rights and obligations you have. It’s really not a risk worth taking to get a divorce without proper representation.
What if you don’t have the money? Read this article about ways to get a divorce attorney when money is tight.
We can be your advocate in your St. Lucie divorce. Contact us today for a free consultation on your case!
There are so many lawyers. How do I choose the right one?
St. Lucie County has thousands of lawyers to choose from. Selecting the right one to represent you in your divorce is a big decision. Let us help you narrow the field.
First off, you want an attorney who specializes in divorce and family law. This is not the time to choose a family friend because he or she is a little cheaper. Go for a family law specialist. They are in a better position to fully understand the law and its implications in your case.
Not only do you need a lawyer who specializes in divorce, but you need one with experience and the credentials to give you confidence in their ability to represent you effectively.
Our team has over 30 years experience as Florida divorce and family law specialists.
Our areas of specialty include the following:
- Divorce & Divorce Appeals
- Change of Name in Divorce Cases
- Division of Assets & Liabilities
- Stepparent Adoptions
- Jurisdiction & Venue Disputes
- Motions to Vacate Final Judgment for Financial Fraud
- Return of Removed/Abducted Children
- Paternity Disputes
- Domestic Violence
- Parenting Plans (formerly called Child Custody)
- Timesharing (formerly called Visitation)
- Alimony & Child Support
- Modification of Alimony & Child Support
- Enforcement & Collection of Alimony & Child Support
- Modification of Parenting Plans & Timesharing
- Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
- Relocation & Relocation Defense
Secure St. Lucie County’s premier divorce attorney by contacting us today. Schedule your free consultation and get on your way to getting your life back.