West Palm Beach Child Support Attorney
It's an unfortunate truth that nearly 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. If you find yourself on the wrong side of that statistic, you may be struggling with a range of emotions and some difficult choices. Because those decisions will affect you for many years to come, they should not be taken lightly, nor guided by anger or impulse.
You should discuss these issues with an attorney who can help you explore all the possible ramifications — for you and your children, for your mental well-being as well as your financial interests. My Fort Lauderdale law practice is committed to amicable, comprehensive resolutions of all marital and family law matters:
- Dissolution of marriage
- Dividing marital assets and debts
- Child custody and parenting agreements
- Child support and alimony
- Post-decree modifications
- Paternity issues
Arrange your consultation today at (954) 769-0670
Keeping Matters in Your Own Hands
Getting married and having kids is easy. Getting divorced — splitting assets and "dividing" children — is another story. It can quickly get bitter and costly, but there are ways to make the process less painful and the outcome more agreeable. My practice is based on the concept of therapeutic jurisprudence — an interdisciplinary approach that considers not only the legal and financial aspects of divorce or custody, but also the emotional and psychological impact on all participants. Through mediation and negotiation, I help clients reach fair, reasonable settlements out of court whenever possible. If a legal fight is unavoidable, I will vigorously protect your interests while working to limit the negative and unintended consequences of court-imposed solutions.
I am a *Board Certified Marital and Family Lawyer and certified mediator with 24 years of experience. As a solo practitioner, I am accessible to the clients I serve in Broward County and Palm Beach County. Contact my Ft. Lauderdale office at (954) 769-0670.
*Board Certification is the highest level of recognition given by The Florida Bar for competency and experience in Family Law approved by the Supreme Court of Florida. As of June 1, 2007, there are only 252 Board Certified Marital and Family Law lawyers in the State of Florida. Board Certified lawyers must meet rigorous standards and are the only lawyers allowed to identify or advertise themselves as Florida Bar Board Certified, specialists, or experts.