Custody/Parenting Plans, Time Sharing, Relocation And Child Support
Parenting Takes On A New Dimension After Divorce
When you have children, getting a divorce means a whole new approach to parenting. Important questions must be answered, including: With whom will the children live? How often will you be able to see your children? What about child support, extracurricular activities, holidays, vacations and health insurance?
Depending on your situation, reaching agreement on these critical issues can range from simple to nearly impossible. At the Fort Lauderdale and Southwest Florida law offices of Fischler, Friedman, & Bennett, P.A., we help couples who are ending their marriage find successful resolutions to matters of child timesharing, visitation and child support.
We’ll Help You Work Toward Sensible Solutions For Your Family
Our firm has extensive and significant experience handling a variety of family law and divorce-related matters. When dealing with family law issues, we are more than just attorneys, we are counselors and we take that responsibility seriously. We will help you understand the divorce process and how the law works, then inform you of your options. Whether through mediation or through litigation, we will help you reach positive solutions to issues involving your children.
Contact our Broward County child support lawyer and time-sharing attorney today regarding your situation.
Our firm can provide knowledgeable advice and effective representation in regard to:
- Vacation and holiday schedules
- Child support, nonpayment of child support and child support warrants
- Child support modification and other post-decree modifications
- Paternity and establishing parental rights
- Domestic violence, battery charges and restraining orders
Whenever possible, we attempt to provide amicable solutions to child-related issues by means of negotiation, alternative dispute resolution and mediation. Partner Michael Fischler is a certified mediator who has mediated hundreds of child custody and visitation disputes over the years.
Reaching agreement on timesharing and visitation through mediation can often be an excellent alternative to costly, time-consuming litigation. However, we realize that in some cases, it is simply not possible to reach an agreement without litigation. In these instances, we are ready, willing and extremely capable of fighting for your rights in court.
Contact our Fort Lauderdale child support lawyer and time-sharing attorney today to find out how we can help you. After-hours and weekend meetings are available by appointment, as are consultations in our Fort Myers office and in Naples. Our fees are reasonable, and we are willing to work with clients regarding fee arrangements. We accept major credit cards.