Family Law Contact Form

Couples who are planning to cohabitate or marry should consider working with an attorney to draft a premarital or cohabitation agreement to establish a framework for handling financial and property issues that arise during marriage. By addressing these issues early, you may avoid conflict in the future. To find out how our firm can work with you to address your family law needs, contact us to schedule a consultation and case evaluation with an experienced attorney.

At Family Law Solutions, we guide you to alimony, custody and property division agreements you can live with. Our attorney has more than 30 years of experience with mediation of disputes of all kinds.

Find out more about our methods. Then contact us for an initial consultation with our lawyer. In Clearwater, St. Petersburg and surrounding areas of Florida, call 727-565-0287.

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