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Name: Tampa Lawyers

Description: The decision to divorce typically is not an easy one. It is common for husbands and wives to go through periods of ambivalence when deciding whether or not to try to save a marriage. Contradictory emotions of fear, relief, guilt, shock, betrayal, and insecurity vary with each day, and the ultimate decision to divorce may be based on a combination of these feelings, combined with logic, intuition, and a gut reaction to an intolerable situation. The decision to divorce essentially boils down to a simple question: "Am I better off with my spouse or without my spouse?" The answer to this question requires some genuine soul-searching and consideration of a wide variety of factors. Our family law lawyers understand the emotions involved in the decision to divorce and that every situation is different. Our attorneys never apply a cookie-cutter formula to divorce because there is not a precise, automatic formula for deciding whether or not to divorce. Our office is in Tampa, Florida, and our family law attorneys are committed to supporting families, parents, and children who are part of a divorce or custody proceeding. Our strong network of professionals in and outside the legal community allows us to provide a comprehensive approach to your family law issues. We approach divorce and child custody matters with knowledge, experience and an aggressive and proactive style. We believe in reasonableness and cooperation, and utilize the appropriate avenues to bring family law matters to successful resolution. Non-adversarial alternatives, such as arbitration and mandatory mediation are often imposed by state courts in an attempt to save time and money and preserve relationships to the extent possible. Mediation and other Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) processes provide an option for those who prefer to stay out of court. ADR provides many potential advantages for most cases, including reduced cost, faster resolution, less emotional stress and the ability to construct solutions that are outside of the authority of the courts. We have expertise in determining when a form of ADR is in your best interest and will clearly advise you your options. In addition to divorce our attorneys specialize in a full range of domestic matters including: Adoption - stepparent adoptions, contested adoption and interstate adoption Alimony - spousal maintenance, spousal support and alimony Child abuse child protection and child abuse issues Child custody and visitation - legal custody, physical custody, visitation, paternity, interstate jurisdictional issues, and out-of-state orders under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act (UCCJA) Child support- child support orders, enforcement and modification Divorce - contested and uncontested divorce, no-fault and fault divorce, and legal separation Enforcement contempt of court and judgments Marital agreements marital settlement agreements, marital separation agreements, marital property agreements, premarital agreements and prenuptial agreements Marital property high asset property protection, division of marital assets and debts, business valuation, retirement accounts, 401(k)s, pensions, stocks and bonds Post judgment modification alimony, child custody, visitation and child support Restraining orders temporary protection orders, no contact orders, domestic abuse and domestic violence issues Tax implications of divorce marital home, mutual funds, stocks, bonds, artwork and other appreciating items, retirement funds, and dependency exemptions, Temporary orders - child support, child custody and marital property Because of the long-reaching implications of a divorce, one of the best things to do is get expert help. You may think that a good Florida divorce lawyer is too expensive for such a task, but getting a good divorce lawyer can save you from a costly divorce agreement or judgment that could affect you long after the case has been put to rest. We represent families throughout Central Florida, including Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and other communities in the counties of Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, Sumter, Hernando, Polk and Orange. We offer an extensive initial consultation for the fee of $200.00 where we discuss your family law matter in depth. We will give you an honest assessment of your case in light of the facts, case law, and our extensive experience. The $200 consultation fee is applied directly toward any retainer. For further information about our family law attorneys please contact us at our office in Tampa, Florida today. To learn more about child support in Florida please click here to go to the State of Florida Department of Revenue Child Support page. To learn more about a variety of family law issues please click on the following links or go to our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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Date: Mar 13, 2005

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