The Dewitt Law Firm strives to provide clients with prompt and personalized legal representation that addresses their goals and engages them in the process.
Personalized legal representation is especially effective in family law given the unique nature of each client’s situation. Each staff member in the Dewitt Law Firm is an expert listener, we hear what clients want, and commit to helping them achieve their goals. The Dewitt Law Firm uses a variety of approaches in family law cases, ranging from collaborative law, to mediation, to going to trial. The Dewitt Law Firm offers the option of a less contentious collaborative divorce, with the guidance of a collaborative divorce certified attorney.
If necessary, the Dewitt Law Firm aggressively litigates divorces, alimony/ child support modifications, custody or time-sharing issues, relocation issues, post judgment issues, injunctions, and all other areas of divorce and family practice. As a result of the Dewitt Law Firm’s experience in commercial matters, we are well versed in handling divorces involving family businesses. If you need help with a family law matter, Dewitt Law Firm would be honored to put its experience to work for you.
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- What is Collaborative Divorce?
- How to Select a Divorce Attorney
- Going Through a Divorce…Knowing When to Seek Professional Help
- When Hard Times Get Harder: Divorcing with an Upside Down House
- Domestic Violence: What Everyone Needs to Know
- Divorce and Alimony: How Much Do You Get?
- Business Disputes in Divorce
DeWitt Law Review on Family Law Issues:
- Proposed Changes To Alimony Law And Foreclosure Law
- Know The Law: Relocating During And After Divorce
- Facebook And Divorce
- Real Life And The Law: Divorce During A Foreclosure
- Legal Rights For Non-Married Couples
- Divorce in Florida
- An Overview Of Florida’s Alimony Statute
- Proposed Alimony Legislation
- Estate Planning and Probate Litigation
- Business Valuations in Divorce
- Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
- The Collaborative Divorce Process
- Domestic Violence Injunctions
- Updates in Alimony Law
- Child Custody and Timesharing of Children
- Changes in child support
- Divorce, alimony, and child support
Frequently Asked Questions:
- How much does it cost to get a divorce?
- How long does it take to get a divorce?
- Can I relocate after a divorce?
- How does the Court determine who should have the children?
- I have been divorced. Can I have the Final Judgment modified?
- Do I need an Attorney to Get a Divorce?
- How do I contact DeWitt Law Firm?
Related Practice Areas
- From 1990 – 2000 single-father households in the US increased by 37.9 percent. Between 2000 and 2010, these same families grew by 27.3 percent.
- Between 1995 and 2010, the rate of cohabitation in the US doubled to 7%.
- Current national studies on domestic violence suggest that from 22-25% of all women will experience domestic violence at some point during their lives.
- In fiscal year 2003-2004, Florida’s domestic violence centers responded to 132,629 crisis calls.