24 hours / 7 days a week

ORLANDO: 407-245-7723

TAMPA: 813-251-2701

Practice Areas

Family Law

If necessary, the Dewitt Law Firm aggressively litigates divorces, alimony and child support modifications, custody or time-sharing issues, relocation issues, post judgment issues, injunctions, and all other areas of divorce and family practice. If you need help with a family law matter, Dewitt Law Firm would be honored to put its experience to work for you.


Divorce can often be intricate and have many complex elements such as alimony, child support, custody or time-sharing, relocation, equitable distribution, injunctions, and even domestic violence issues. With over 25 years of experience, the DeWitt Law Firm has the ability to fully handle all facets of these complex and intricate matters.

Real Estate

The DeWitt Law Firm can help you with all residential and commercial real estate matters.We want your experience buying or selling real estate to be a positive one. We are committed to providing personalized legal representation, to educating you about the process and to helping you achieve your real estate goals.

foreclosure attorney


The DeWitt Law Firm has extensive experience with foreclosures. We represent both borrowers and lenders in the foreclosure process. We handle both commercial foreclosures and residential foreclosures. Sherri DeWitt has successfully argued constitutional issues regarding foreclosures and has written articles addressing these issues.

Commercial Transactions

The DeWitt Law Firm guides its clients beginning with the negotiation stage of a commercial transaction through its execution and post execution stages. We can help beginning with the formation of business entities through advising our clients on the many aspects of commercial transactions.

Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation encompasses all types of legal issues related to business disputes. If you find yourself with questions regarding any commercial litigation issues, feel free to contact DeWitt Law Firm for further information and assistance.

Estate Planning

If you have not executed a will or a trust which states how you want your estate distributed at your death, then you are said to have died intestate. Without an estate plan, your property may end up in the hands of unintended beneficiaries and may be subject to unwanted fees, taxes and probate costs.


Mediation is a process used to resolve disputes either before or after a lawsuit is filed. A neutral third party, usually an attorney experienced in the area or a retired judge, serves as a mediator to help the parties resolve their dispute without the need for a court to determine their issues.


Appellate law has different procedures and standards than trial level practice. As such, it is important to work with an attorney that has knowledge of both appellate practice and the area of law that is applicable to the issue(s) on appeal.

Criminal Defense

Being arrested and charged with a crime can be very traumatic, stressful, and embarrassing. Most individuals who have been arrested are good people who have found themselves in a bad situation. We strive to help our clients deal with this stressful and difficult time by providing prompt and personalized legal representation.

DeWitt Law Legal Resources

bigstock-The-house-in-human-hands-17016914 How to Handle Real Estate During A Divorce

In a divorce, the parties will have to figure out how to equitably divide the marital real property. There are four basic ways to handle real estate in a divorce

image What Disclosures Are Required When Selling Real Estate

DeWitt Law Review is live every Sunday at 10am on WDBO 96.5FM. This week’s topic: What kinds of disclosures you need to make as a seller when selling a piece of real estate: a look at Bowman V Barker.

Family at Sunset vector illustration Divorce & Dissipation of Marital Assets

A common fear of people contemplating divorce is that one party is going to disappear with all of the assets once they learn that a divorce petition has been filed. In Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties, the courts have established a standing administrative order, which directly forbids these types of actions.



Orlando Office:

Phone: 407-245-7723

37 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 840
Orlando, FL 32801

Tampa Office:

Phone: 813-251-2701

607 West Bay Street
Tampa, FL 33606