If you are currently going through a divorce or any other family law matter, it is paramount that you hire a competent Broward County family law attorney to assist you. Here, we understand that for most people, a family law matter is far more than a legal issue; it is also an emotional one, which is why it is so important that you hire an attorney who will provide you with the personalized attention you deserve and need at this critical time in your life. Contact The Finizio Law Group, P.A. today to learn more about how our legal team can effectively guide you through every step of the legal process ahead.
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When it comes to matters involving family law, you cannot hire just any attorney to represent you; you need a compassionate family law attorney who has dedicated years of their legal career to helping individuals through complex legal issues, such as divorce, child custody, and more. Our firm has significant experience handling various family law cases, and we are prepared to use that experience to your benefit.
Broward County Family Law Cases We Handle
The Finizio Law Group, P.A. handles a wide array of family law matters on behalf of our clients, including the following:
Divorce is something that no one ever imagines they’ll go through at the time they are married. However, a significant portion of couples get divorced every single year, and if you are one of them, you need a competent Broward County family law attorney on your side. For years, our legal team has effectively guided our clients through the divorce process, and we are here to help you as well.
Alimony, also known as spousal support, is a form of payment that a financially dependent spouse can receive after a divorce. Alimony is designed to help a financially dependent spouse until he or she can become financially independent. If you require alimony to maintain your standard of living after a divorce, you can depend on us to fight for you.
When a couple gets divorced, courts will determine which property is marital property and which property will be considered separate property. Typically, most property acquired over the course of a marriage is considered marital property. From here, courts will divide marital property equitably between spouses. You should understand that “equitably” does not mean “equally;” it instead means more what the courts determine is a fair and just distribution of assets. This means that certain assets, such as your home, may be on the line. Do not make the mistake of proceeding without a knowledgeable Broward County family law attorney on your side.
As you know, if you are a divorcing parent, there is nothing more important than your child custody agreement. In many cases, parents can agree on a custody agreement that serves their child’s best interests. However, often, this is not the case, and the court will have to determine a child custody agreement on their behalf. You need a skilled attorney on your side who can work to preserve your child’s best interests.
If you have physical custody of your child and need financial assistance raising your child, you should strongly consider requesting child support payments. Child support can help cover the cost of food, clothing, and other necessities to help ensure your child’s best interests and standard of living are protected. Our firm is here to help you and your child in any way we can.
Many couples find that litigated divorce is simply not the best option. Fortunately, as long as a couple is capable of compromising with one another, they may have several viable options on the table. One of those options may be collaborative divorce. When a couple goes through the collaborative divorce process, they, along with their attorneys, will meet and consult with various neutral third-party specialists to resolve any contested issues in their divorce. Some of the most common experts involved in collaborative divorces are accountants, psychologists, business valuators, and medical doctors.
As a divorcing parent, there are few things more important than establishing paternity. Establishing paternity gives you the legal right to make certain critical life decisions on behalf of your child. In most cases, when a parent of a child is present at birth and included in the birth certificate, that parent will secure paternity. That being said, if you were not initially included on the child’s birth certificate, you will have to establish paternity to have legal say in your child’s life. If you find yourself in this situation, you can depend on a Broward County family law attorney here at The Finizio Law Group, P.A., to help you.
Contact a Broward County Family Law Attorney
Whether you are facing divorce, fighting for child custody, relocating, or adopting a stepchild, making legal decisions that will impact the future of your family is always difficult. The compassionate lawyers at The Finizio Law Group, P.A. work hard to help you obtain favorable results. For over 35 years, our compassionate legal team has fought on behalf of countless families through various family law matters, and we are prepared to help you today as well. Contact The Finizio Law Group, P.A. to schedule your free initial consultation with our competent and compassionate legal team.