Practice Areas

Family Law Is What We Do

After more than 23 years of providing legal advice, representation and advocacy to thousands of clients, our team has gained invaluable experience. Our clients benefit from our combined 60 years’ experience and expertise in all areas of family law:

  • Divorce
  • Paternity
  • Mediation
  • Custody
  • Modifications
  • Alimony            
  • Pre & Post Nuptial Agreements
  • Property Division
  • Collaborative Divorce
  • Child Support
  • Domestic Violence
  • Parenting Plans

Reaching a practical resolution to your case begins with understanding your rights, responsibilities and options. We guide you through these complicated matters. The following information is designed to help you understand some of the legal matters to consider as we prepare your case.

Choosing to divorce is a weighty decision. There is much to consider: the impact of divorce, alternatives, dispute resolution processes, property issues, a parenting plan, spousal support, moving forward after a divorce and more.

Child Related Issues
Few issues are as sticky as child related issues. Let us help you understand these complex issues and answer key questions, such as:

  • What are the new laws regarding what used to be called custody?

  • What is a parenting plan?

  • What are the pros and cons of a parenting agreement?

  • What logistical problems are involved with a parenting plan?

  • Is moving the children out-of-state possible?

Child Support
Understanding child support can be difficult. Who must pay, how much should be paid and how, and what steps may be taken when child support goes unpaid are all contentious issues. We’ll make sure you fully understand your rights and obligations.

Domestic Violence
Unfortunately, many family law disputes involve violence or the threat of violence. Domestic violence is a very serious matter that can take many forms. The law provides a range of tools for protecting an adult or child in imminent danger. We are experienced at handling these delicate matters with tact.

Paternity is the legal acknowledgment of a parental relationship between a man and a child. When paternity of a child is in question, the implications on divorce proceedings, child support and parenting arrangements can be quite complicated.

Exceptional guidance and personal solutions so you are back in control of your life as soon as possible.

Call us today at 239.947.6500 to set a confidential consultation. Our office is located in the heart of Estero, Florida, just a short drive from Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, and Naples.

Privacy: An initial consultation is completely confidential and is designed to assist clients in understanding the legal process, discuss legal rights and responsibilities, analyze case issues, and assess options, legal remedies and solutions.