Family Law

Florida family law –

encompasses a number of legal issues relating to marriage, families and children, which can sometimes involve long, complex disputes in court. Florida family law rulings can help resolve family conflicts including the division of all marital assets during divorce, alimony, child support, parent custody and visitation rights, paternity, and more.

The experienced attorneys at Troum & Wallsh handle most types of Florida family law cases including:

  • Contested and Uncontested Divorce
  • Annulment
  • Paternity
  • Alimony or Spousal Support
  • Child Custody and Visitation Rights
  • Child Support and Health/Life Insurance
  • Interstate Child Issues
  • Child Relocation Issues
  • Separation & Prenuptial Agreements
  • Home, Asset, and Debt Distribution
  • Name Changes
  • Modification of Court Orders
  • More

Florida family law cases tend to be sensitive and emotional because they involve family, money, and property issues. Depending on the significance of the issues and the amount of conflict involved, Florida family law cases can be handled in several different ways. Some Florida family law cases can be settled without going to trial. Mediation is a possible approach to reaching a resolution. Mediation consists of a neutral third party who facilitates an agreement in Florida family law cases. A judge may also be appointed to make a decision regarding family matters. When Florida family law cases involve children, the judge will always rule in favor of the best interest of the children.

While the courts try to simplify family conflict resolution and negotiations, the laws are still complex and cases can be overwhelming. If you don’t understand the particulars of Florida family law, particularly in cases involving children, the procedure will be daunting and you may unknowingly give up valuable rights. With most family law cases, the help of a qualified Florida family law attorney is essential in order to best protect your legal rights.

If you or someone you love is involved in a Florida family law dispute, contact us to speak with an attorney at the Chartered Law Offices of Troum and Wallsh. Our qualified family law attorneys are licensed to practice in all Florida State courts.