Choosing the Right Family Law Attorney:


Family Law AttorneyThere are a wide variety of attorney specialties, from tax attorneys to defense attorneys specializing in juvenile felonies.

While you always want to be sure you hire the best one, this can be a little stressful, especially in family law.

The fact is, whether you are able to see your children could rest in your lawyer's hands. The key is to hire the one that has experience in situations that are very similar to your own.

If your case is very simple and straightforward, an attorney that specializes in divorce may be enough. This is often best in cases that spouses are not arguing too much over the details of the divorce.

However, if both spouses are requesting full-time custody of the children, be sure that your family law attorney has a good track record in previous cases.

Unfortunately, many cases are often dragged out in court and you want to make sure that the one you choose can handle it.

Coming to an agreement on who gets custody of the children and how much child support would be paid, however, is not usually a cut-and-dry matter.

The fact is that a family law attorney can provide you with great assistance during this time. They will not only know the laws in your state, but they will understand them completely and can advise you on what to expect and how to act.

Of course, if your divorce is already final and your ex-spouse is not living up to what the court demanded of them, you may again need an attorney for when you go back to court.

Again, they can walk you through the process and file any papers with the court to make sure it is handled with the utmost professionalism.

Fernandez Law Group and our Tampa Family Law Attorneys can assist you with your family law needs, including matters of paternity, pre-nuptial agreements, and alimony.

While the situation can be very stressful for one to go through, the right attorney will make the process go a lot smoother for you.

Call or Text us today at 813-489-3222 for a FREE consultation and case evaluation.

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