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At Florida Law Advisers, P.A., our team of attorneys located in Hillsborough county family law practice has many years of experience handling marital and family law cases. From child custody and child support disputes to issues surrounding domestic violence, or other family law matter, our law office will handle your case and make sure the law is working for you.
As experienced family law attorneys, we also understand that practicing law in these areas calls for an empathetic and sensitive approach – especially when children are involved. When you deal with the family lawyers at our experienced law firm, you can be assured that you’ll receive compassionate support through your difficult time.
Families can be complicated – but you can be confident that we’re not here to judge; we’re just here to ensure you get the best possible outcome. What’s more, there’s no consultation fee – so you’re free to come and get a feel for our service before you decide if we’re right for you.
What’s the next step if you have a family law issue?
Whatever kind of family law issue you currently face – or anticipate facing in the future – we can help. What’s more, we’ll do so with empathy and compassion at the heart of everything we do.
No two family law cases are the same, so your next step should always be to arrange a free consultation with Florida Law Advisers, P.A., to walk us through your situation and discover how we can help.
We can help with any marital and family law matters
Family law spans a huge range of issues. With decades of experience in our firm, each family law lawyer is well-placed to help with whatever you’re facing.
We’re here to help – and with our accolades from Expertise and Super Lawyers, you can be confident that our legal knowledge is second to none.
Whether you’re facing one of the issues listed here or some other family law matter, our legal services are just what you’ll need to navigate the situation. Contact our Tampa family law firm for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation today!
In Florida child custody (now called time-sharing) & divorce cases, the court will require the parents to submit a parenting plan for judicial approval. The parenting plan outlines how the parents will share the children’s time, responsibilities, and decision-making authority.
Who gets to keep the house?
When a divorce is filed, the court will order an “equitable distribution” of marital assets and liabilities, including the house. Generally, the court will divide the marital assets and debt/liabilities 50/50 between the couple unless there are factors that would make an equal split inequitable.
How do I file for divorce?
Florida is a “no-fault” state; therefore, you won’t have to provide evidence of adultery or criminal abuse for a divorce. Florida law only requires you to allege the marriage is irretrievably broken.
Will I have to pay alimony?
The fundamental principle guiding an award for Florida permanent alimony is the disparity in the two parties’ monetary resources. However, the disparity in financial resources alone is not enough to justify an alimony award. Instead, it considers one spouse’s ability to pay alimony vs. the other spouse’s need for Florida permanent alimony.
The divorce attorneys at our Tampa law firm provide legal services in a range of practice areas within family law such as spousal support.
Divorce proceedings are rarely straightforward, so it’s essential that – no matter how complicated things get – your legal rights are upheld. The Tampa divorce lawyer you work with will have experience with the collaborative divorce process, uncontested divorce cases, military divorces, private mediation, and a broad range of other divorce scenarios, even those that involve consumer bankruptcy. For high-quality representation, contact the Tampa family law lawyers at Florida Law Advisers, P.A.
When a married couple divorces, the law states that there should be an equitable distribution of property. However, it’s not uncommon for property division discussions and even collaborative divorces to end with disputes, which can often spill over into other aspects of the divorce. With the right divorce lawyer on your side, you’ll be able to make sure any final agreement and post-judgment modifications are made with your legal rights in mind.
Florida divorce law requires that a parenting plan is filed if a marriage that involves minor children is to be dissolved. The court will make a decision based on what is in the child’s best interest – so it’s vital that you work with a Tampa family law group that understands how these decisions are made and will present your case for parental rights in a compelling way.
Litigation relating to the division of assets and property after a divorce can be costly for all involved – so premarital agreements, and postnuptial agreements are a sensible way to consider these issues without the emotion of separation clouding any decisions. Our legal team sensitively helps couples to find an agreement that protects both parties rights. Consult a Tampa divorce lawyer for a free consultation.
Whether you’re the person who will be paying or receiving alimony, decisions made around entitlement and rights can affect you for the rest of your life. As such, you must work with a Tampa divorce lawyer with a deep understanding of spousal support along with marital and family law to make sure that your best interests are protected.
Today more than ever, people relocate across the U.S. for many reasons – including work opportunities, more expansive family locations, new relationships, and much more. However, Florida family law is clear that if a custodial parent moves 50 miles or more from the primary residence, written consent or court approval is needed. As a Tampa law practice focused on family matters, you can trust the family lawyer you work with to guide you through the process of making sure your and the child’s best interests are front and center when decisions are made.
Paternity cases are often brought when a parent disputes a man’s parental relationship with a child. As well as being incredibly complex in the first instance, paternity cases will often lead to other kinds of family law cases, including parental responsibility, child support, custody disputes, and sometimes even a divorce case. Whether you seek to prove or disprove paternity, you need an experienced attorney by your side to make sure your rights are protected through these complicated family law disputes.
40% of families in the U.S. are blended – with at least one partner having children from a previous relationship. Unfortunately, the law here in Tampa, FL is that step-parents have no legal rights concerning step-children. However, our experienced attorneys can guide you through the step-parent adoption process – making sure nothing stands in the way in this often-complicated process.
Sadly, around 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. Domestic abuse is an often misunderstood part of the law – especially since it does not require physical violence or a personal injury to have taken place, and the aggressor can be anyone in your home or broader family. We handle all domestic abuse cases with the utmost sensitivity and do everything we can to ensure everyone is protected – even if that means obtaining a court order.
Grandparents can be a crucial part of a child’s upbringing – but they’re often overlooked when the next generation handles divorce or separation proceedings. Since courts often make decisions around grandparents’ visitation and access rights, we’ll provide representation that ensures your voice is heard and your rights are protected.
Most of us are under the impression that filing bankruptcy is inviting a certain doom. Others look at us with shame and think we are financially irresponsible. Banks and loan sharks chase us as if we are trying to escape to avoid paying the bills. And credit card companies do not approve any loans in bankruptcy. Is there no way out of this bankruptcy process?
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In recent years, Florida has had an exceptionally high rate of divorces. In fact, 13.2% of the Florida population is divorced. Florida ranks 4th among all other U.S. states in divorce. Yet, getting an uncontested divorce in Florida is not as easy as you think.
Family law is all about alimony, custody of minor children, etc. Yet, the divorce process varies from state to state and is particularly unique in Florida.
If you want to file for divorce in Florida, you must know these 10 items listed below.
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Getting the right lawyer is crucial to winning your case or helping you with the legal process and documentation.
Most of us try to find a potential lawyer by browsing Google or hiring one based on word-of-mouth references. But, if you want your lawyer to be the right one, you need to know some basic information.
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