• Family Law

Our firm understands the value of family. We treat each of our clients as if they were our family too. Whether you are going through divorce or alimony, we can help you make your transition as stress-free as possible. family Lawyer in Jacksonville Divorce in Jacksonville

Family relationships are increasingly complex and diverse. When legal issues arise, you can count on us to provide you with a neutral sounding board, emotional understanding, financial flexibility and guidance, and legal support to help you solve your issues.

Our tenacious team of attorneys use their sharp skills and years of training in negotiations to amicably resolve issues. When issues cannot be settled, we are prepared to present your case in family law courts throughout Florida.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation with a knowledgeable and compassionate family law attorney in Jacksonville, FL.

Practice Areas

Child Abuse and Neglect
Child Custody
Child Dependency
Child Sexual Abuse
Child Support
Child Welfare
Domestic Violence
Equitable Distribution
Fathers Rights
Grandparents Custody
Grandparents Visitation Rights
Interstate Child Custody
Juvenile Delinquency
Juvenile Dependency
Marital Agreements
Military Divorce
Name Changes
Parental Kidnapping
Parenting Time
Pre/Postnuptial Agreements
Restraining Orders
Spousal Support
Termination of Parental Rights
Third Party Custody
Uncontested Divorce
Visitation Rights

Family Law FAQ

What should I bring to my divorce attorney?

Bring all records that pertain to your divorce case, including financial accounts, real estate, property, living expenses, and proof of each spouse’s contribution to the marriage.

How do I stabilize my finances during a divorce?

We can help you petition the court for temporary child support or alimony.

I can care for my grandchild better than his/her parents. What do I do?

If you wish to try to obtain custody, you will need to convince the court that the child’s parents are unfit or that they have relinquished possession under the law and your guardianship serves the best interests of the child.

How can mediation resolve my family law case effectively?

You maintain privacy, assert more control over the results, and reduce the time involved. The cost is usually much lower.