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Based on a client’s specific needs and the complexity of the legal matters he or she faces, we attempt to resolve disputes using low-conflict, high-cooperation techniques.
A Strong Legal Advocate For Florida Families
At Tampa Bay Legal Center, P.A., we have extensive experience providing legal advice and representation to clients in a wide range of family law issues.
Whether you are considering divorce or were recently served with divorce papers, we will carefully examine your situation and provide an honest and realistic assessment of the legal challenges you might face. We help individuals and families throughout the Brandon area who are facing issues.
We care about our clients and about helping them resolve the legal issues
they face in the most efficient and effective manner possible.
divorce clients in Florida
help you avoid disputes
for modifying a divorce order
for more than 20 years
visitation in Florida
child support disputes
part of divorce
and modifications in Florida
Clients rely on an experienced attorney to provide the guidance
necessary to resolve the issues they face in the most efficient and
cost-effective manner possible.
Our lawyer provides comprehensive legal counsel for a wide variety of family law matters, including contested and uncontested divorces. Additionally, our team represents parents in child custody disputes related to parental relocation and any adjustments that may be necessary to accommodate a family’s changing circumstances.
who are struggling with difficult individualized family law challenges
overcome those challenges and reach a successful resolution
in the most efficient manner possible.
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