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Bacchus & Navarro Law Group - Family Law Division
The most vulnerable relationships that we as humans have are those that we have with our families. We are never more emotional as we are during child custody battles, child support demands, or divorces.
Having an experienced, zealous, and dedicated attorney will be invaluable to those who have family law cases and need help. If you or someone you know needs to request child support from a co-parent, needs a divorce, or wants to establish the paternity of a child – just to name a few of the issues we have handled – call our office.
Family Law Attorney in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Call (954) 500-5555 or submit a free evaluation online. With offices located at 401 E. Las Olas Blvd. in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, just minutes from the Broward County Central Courthouse, we serve clients in Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach County, Hendry County, and Collier County, then contact our office.
We practice in courtrooms throughout the Miami-metropolitan area. If you live in Miami, West Palm Beach, East Naples, or LaBelle, Florida, and you need an experienced family law attorney, then contact our firm immediately.
Broward County Family Law Information Center
- Which kinds of divorce issues does your firm handle?
- What help can I get with child support?
- How do support agreements work?
- Where can I find more information about family law in Fort Lauderdale?
While no one marries with the intent to get a divorce, the divorce rate in the United States is still substantial. According to the American Psychological Association, approximately 50% of all marriages end in divorce. Whether marriage dissolution is contested or uncontested, the process can still be emotionally taxing.
At Bacchus & Navarro Law Group, we handle a multitude of divorce cases. Some of our services include:
When children are involved in a Divorce or a co-parenting situation is not as amicable as intended, the person or people most affected by that is the child(ren).
Florida is a state that looks to the "best interests of the child," and these laws can often be confusing and complicated. With that said, it is important to have a knowledgeable attorney to be level-headed in an emotional matter and lessen the stress to your family in situations with minor children.
Whether it is a prenuptial, postnuptial, or alimony agreement, most divorces and custody battles go smoother with a set agreement in place at the time of separation.
While that is the ideal scenario, as circumstances dictate, it is not always the case. In these times, the best thing to do would be to obtain an experienced family lawyer to help you navigate the Florida court system when you do not have a marital agreement, or you need to modify an existing agreement.
Circumstances change. If you did not need alimony upon divorce, but later find that your lifestyle has substantially changed, contact our office.
Call (954) 500-5555 to schedule a one-on-one consultation with one of our Florida family law attorneys.
The Broward County Clerk of Courts -- The clerk's office located in South Florida serves 1,197 square miles of Florida for a multitude of family law issues like marriage licenses, alimony agreements, dissolution of marriage papers.
Find a Florida Family Lawyer in Broward County, FL
If you or someone you know is having issues with a previous spouse, a co-parent, or a current spouse and you would like the Florida court system involved to protect your marital or parental rights, then contact the attorneys at Bacchus & Navarro Law Group for additional support.
Our lawyers have practiced family law for years and understand the ends and outs of the Florida family law court system.
We serve clients in Palm Beach County, Broward County, Miami-Dade County, Hendry County, or Collier County, then contact our office.
We serve clients throughout the Miami-metropolitan area. If you live in Miami, West Palm Beach, East Naples, or LaBelle, Florida and you need an experienced family law attorney, then contact our firm immediately.
Call (954) 500-5555 today.
This Article Was Last Updated on April 18, 2017.