The term family law covers a broad spectrum of cases including dissolution of marriage (divorce), alimony, child support, child custody, adoptions, termination of parental rights, and paternity.
To meet the rest of our family law team visit our Team page. While working with our office, we it a point to make you knowledgeable of the process, the law, and practical aspects of dealing with family conflict. By providing you with the legal tools and information, it is our hope that we will craft the best resolution for your family. Within in our additional resources page, we have provided links to several free self help information and forms that can help get the process started.
CONDOMINIUM / HOA
Association living can be complex. It is important that the both the association and the individual owners are represented by competent counsel when it comes to resolving questions or disputes.
Our office provides representation for both the association and individual owners. We begin the process by reviewing the association documents, the Florida Statutes, and the Florida Administrative Rules in order to help guide you through the maze of association living.
The term probate is the legal term which provides for the orderly distribution of assets from a decedent to their beneficiaries through the court system.
The process can be complicated or can be smooth. The difference will hinge on the counsel you choose and the cooperation of the beneficiaries.
LANDLORD / TENANT
Our office provides representation for both Landlords and Tenants. Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes outline the rights, duties, and responsibilities for both landlords and tenants.
The most often dispute that we see from landlords is the failure to pay rent while the most often dispute from tenants is the failure of the landlord to fix a lingering problem. There is a fix to both situations and we are here to help you through them.
From organization to formation to dispute resolution, we handle it all.
While the mortgage foreclosure crisis of 2005-10 has finally calmed, foreclosure remains an everyday phenomenon for many in Florida.