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Founded in 1997 we are experienced and knowledgeable Tampa attorneys practicing exclusively in Divorce, Family, Stepparent/Relative Adoption, Criminal Defense, and Personal Bankruptcy. We practice primarily in the cities of Tampa, Riverview, Brandon, Valrico, Lithia, Carrollwood, Northdale, North Tampa, Plant City as well as Hillsborough County, Pinellas County and Pasco County. We have offices conveniently located throughout Tampa Bay. Our lawyers have extensive experience practicing in contested and uncontested divorces, including military divorces, and family law, child support, child custody and visitation, relocation of children, alimony, domestic violence, distribution of assets and debts, retirement/pensions (military and private), enforcement and modification of final judgments, paternity actions, adoptions and name changes as well as criminal defense. We offer a free consultation to discuss your options. Please call us at 813-672-1900 or email us at info@familymaritallaw.com to schedule a consultation. Our representation of our clients reflects our dedication to them. We look forwarding to hearing from you! Se habla EspaƱol.

Monday, August 31, 2020

Tampa FL Top Rated Child Custody & Visitation Attorneys Near Me


The top rated child custody and visitation attorneys at All Family Law Group, P.A. in Tampa, Florida, understand how important your child custody and visitation goals are to you and we have a strong track record of success since 1997 in helping thousands of parents meet their child custody and visitation goals. Florida law now refers to custody and visitation specifically as time-sharing and parental responsibility, although visitation and custody are still used informally. While time-sharing pertains to specific physical time scheduled with the children, parental responsibility pertains to making decisions as to the children. In decision making, the parents may share parental responsibility or one of the parent’s may obtain sole parental responsibility. Both time-sharing and parental responsibility depend on what is in the child’s best interest which factors are defined by Florida statute.

For More Information and a Free Consultation Call (813) 672-1900

or visit us online at www.FamilyMaritalLaw.com

Friday, August 28, 2020

Tampa FL Military Divorce Attorneys Near Me


Tampa Military Divorce Attorneys

Military Divorce Lawyers Since 1997
If you or your spouse are in the military then there are special circumstances in your divorce case if one or both of you will be or is receiving a military pension. We are experienced, committed and responsive military divorce lawyers in Tampa and we are skilled in knowing the language which must be included in a Marital Settlement Agreement or Final Judgment which will assure that you will receive the distribution in your divorce to which you are entitled. The military has requirements and rules for dividing retirement unique to any other type of benefit plans. However, the State of Florida governs how the pensions are divided as they are considered assets of the marriage. Mainly, it is determined by how much time during the marriage a husband or wife was a member of the military and entitled to a pension either during the marriage or in the future.

For More Information and a Free Consultation Call (813) 672-1900

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Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Best Tampa FL Divorce Attorneys Near Me


Tampa Divorce lawyers Since 1997 

It is the hope and goal of all of us here at All Family Law Group that the parties will be able to resolve their differences amicably through an agreement and an uncontested final hearing. However, if the parties cannot settle the issues in their case, it will be heard by a family law judge who will decide the issues for them. In Hillsborough County, after the initial steps of the divorce process have been completed and the parties have attended a mandatory mediation, a final hearing in the case may be scheduled. A temporary relief hearing may need to be scheduled before the final hearing to resolve temporarily issues such as child support, visitation (timesharing), alimony, etc. A temporary relief hearing may be necessary if the final hearing or trial is scheduled several months down the road and immediate relief is necessary. Note that when a temporary relief hearing and a final hearing may be scheduled depends on which county in Florida the case is filed, as each county has varying rules of procedure. Click for information on the entire divorce procedure. https://www.familymaritallaw.com/tampa-divorce-attorney/divorce-procedure/

For More Information and a Free Consultation Call (813) 672-1900

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Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Tampa Child Abuse Criminal Defense Attorneys Near Me


Child abuse is defined by the Florida Statutes as the intentional infliction of physical or mental injury, an intentional act that could reasonably be expected to result in physical or mental injury or active encouragement of any person to commit an act that results or could reasonably be expected to result in physical or mental injury to a child.

Child abuse can lead to lifelong trauma as the minor matures into adulthood.

It is in our nature to want to protect the children in our community.

Unfortunately, when a child is hurt, it is easy for people in the child’s community to misplace the blame and wrongfully accuse a person of child abuse.

If you are facing allegations of aggravated child abuse, you need to have a skilled attorney who can research your case and represent your account of what happened to the court.

Get in touch with a Tampa criminal defense attorney today by contacting the All Family Law Group, P.A. at 813-672-1900.

You can also find us online at www.FamilyMaritalLaw.com