Tampa Family Law Attorneys
Experienced Family lawyers
Since 1997, our top-rated family law attorneys in Tampa provide understanding and supportive help throughout this difficult time, while addressing your case efficiently and effectively to meet your legal needs quickly and economically. With offices throughout Tampa Bay, the family lawyers at All Family Law Group, P.A. are well-situated to help clients with divorce and other family law matters. Contact us today if you are seeking skilled and knowledgeable counsel for a free consultation to discuss your circumstances. It is our goal to provide the best representation possible for all of our men and women clients.
Comprehensive Family Law Assistance in Tampa
As a full-service family law firm, our Tampa family law lawyers provide comprehensive assistance across a wide range of family law matters, including, but not limited to, post judgment modifications of child support and custody, paternity, as well as issues that may arise in the context of a divorce or remarriage. We can also help you with you with stepparent and relative adoption, as well as changing the legal names of spouses and children. Our highly rated Tampa Bay family law attorneys are available to help any time a need arises in any of these areas of law.
Click on a topic below for more detailed information on that particular area of family law.
- Paternity of Children Outside of Marriage
- Father’s Rights
- Child Support Modification
- Child Relocation
- Domestic Violence
- Mediation and Alternative Dispute
- Modify, Enforce, Domesticate Final Judgments
- Prenuptial & Post-Marital Agreements
- Parenting Plans
- Adoption (Adult or Child)
- Name Change
Responsive and Committed to our Family Law Clients
Our family law lawyers provide sound legal advice and high-quality representation to assure that you are well-represented in the family law process and that your needs are met now and into the future.
- Child relocation means relocating more than 50 miles away from the other parent. You can ask for relocation in a divorce petition or subsequent to a final judgment divorce. There are procedures which must be followed for the relocation to be legal. Essentially, you are required to serve the request by process server on the other parent. If he or she does not file a response within a certain time period, then you can obtain a default. If he or she does respond and objects to the move, then the court must decide whether to allow the relocation. It is primarily based upon the best interests of the child. Furthermore, it is possible to obtain an agreement from the father or mother allowing for the relocation and obtain a court order on the agreement without the necessity of a hearing on the matter.
- Modification and enforcement of final judgments pertain to children issues such as child custody and child support. These matters can always can be modified except that it requires a substantial change in circumstances that could not be contemplated at the time the prior order was entered. Furthermore, it must be in the child’s best interest to make the change. The division of assets, debts, retirement accounts, etc. cannot be modified by the court following a final judgment on the matter. If the parties agree to the change, than an agreement can be signed and a court order obtained.
- Father’s Rights and Paternity – If you and the mother are not married, then it is imperative that you file a paternity action to establish that you are the father. Otherwise, you will not have legal rights to the child. This is because it must proven to the court that you are the father, as the mother is known and the father is not always known even if he is on the birth certificate. You will also establish time sharing and child support through either agreement or a court order when you establish paternity,
- Mediation – Is required in Hillsborough County if the parties cannot otherwise come to an agreement. Most hearings for temporary child support, child visitation and custody and alimony, etc. will not be heard by the court until after mediation has occurred and the parties are unable to resolve their differences. Your options are county mediation for cases involving easily resolved issues and private mediation for cases with more complex issues.
- Child Support Modification – After an initial order on child support of a final judgment of divorce is entered, child support can be modified as long as the change would be at least $50 or 15% – whichever is greater. This is considered a substantial change in circumstances.
- Paternity – Including helping you as a mother seeking child support payments from the child’s father, and you as a father seeking to establish fatherhood and to obtain time sharing/visitation rights. as well as to determine child support. Essentially, both parties are in some way responsible for child support as determined by the Florida Child Support Guidelines.
- Civil Domestic Violence – We can file a domestic violence injunction and work to obtain a temporary or permanent restraining order to protect you and your family.
- Adoptions -We handle adoptions of both minor children and adult stepchildren or relatives, including contested adoptions.
- Name Changes – We have helped thousands of Floridians legally change their name or their children’s name due to changing family status or for personal preference. This is especially important to change your name legally to obtain your Florida Driver’s License.
Get Help Today With Your Tampa Family Law Needs
For advice and assistance in any family law matter in Tampa Bay area and all of Hillsborough County, contact the law firm of All Family Law Group, P.A. online or call 813-672-1900 to schedule a free consultation with an experienced Tampa family law attorney who has your back and is ready to help you meet your needs. Se habla español. We will respond to you at our earliest opportunity!