St. Petersburg Family Lawyer
Most family disputes have no place in the courtroom. Indeed, what a child’s curfew is, how married parents will spend time between their children and who will do what within the household, and what happens if a spouse has an affair are all issues that are usually best worked out privately within a family, and perhaps with the help of a family counselor. Sometimes, though, family issues do involve the law. If you are in need of a St. Petersburg family lawyer, or surrounding areas of Florida, our legal team at The Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group is here to help.
Our Family Law Practice Areas
Our family law attorneys are experienced in a wide array of practice areas, and are confident in our ability to help you navigate even the most complex of family law matters. Please reach out to our team directly if you have questions about:
- Divorce. Divorce is one of the most common reasons that people need a family law attorney. Even if your divorce is amicable, working with a divorce lawyer is strongly recommended.
- Property division. As part of a divorce, couples will need to come to a determination about how property will be divided. Our team can assist you in understanding property division laws in Florida, as well as represent your best interests both in and out of the courtroom.
- Child custody. Child custody is one of the most emotional and potentially contentious family law issues. If you are worried about losing custody of your child and need an advocate to fight for your rights, call our law firm.
- Paternity. Before a father has any right to seek custody of or visitation with their child, and before a mother can collect on child support benefits, paternity must be officially established.
- Domestic violence. For those who are victims of domestic violence, the situation can feel utterly hopeless. If you are a victim, our lawyers will explain your options, including seeking an order of protection and filing for divorce and custody of your children.
- Prenuptial agreements. Before tying the knot, many couples decide to enter into a prenuptial agreement. These types of agreements can help couples communicate and develop trust, as well as mitigate confrontation in the event of a divorce.
- Alimony/spousal support. Finally, alimony/spousal support may be part of the divorce settlement. We can help you to determine whether it’s appropriate in your divorce case and, if so, how much you may be entitled to.
Reach Out to Our St. Petersburg Family Lawyers Today
If you have a family law issue, navigating it with the counsel and support of an experienced lawyer can provide peace of mind. At our law office, our St. Petersburg family lawyers are passionate about providing high-level legal representation to our clients and securing favorable case outcomes.
To learn more about our family law attorneys, our approach to family law matters, and why you should work with us, please call us today.