Florida Family Law Attorney
The Florida family law attorneys at The Law Offices of Travis Walker, P.A. can help you navigate incredibly stressful and emotionally challenging legal disputes. We’ll help you identify your goals, devise a strategy, and advocate on your behalf to see them through. Our goal is to help you achieve what is best for you and your family.
Whether you’re thinking about filing for divorce, creating a parenting plan, or dealing with another type of family law dispute, it’s important to ask for help. After all, these are incredibly sensitive and personal issues, and the stakes are high. You and your spouse might not be able to see eye to eye, which can make the process even more daunting.
We have decades of experience helping clients work through tough family law cases in Florida. Our client testimonials and reviews speak volumes about our process, representation, and results. Call our law office in Stuart, Florida, to discover the benefits of working with our top-rated legal team.
How The Law Offices of Travis R. Walker, P.A. Can Help With Your Family Law Case
You shouldn’t navigate the challenges of your family law case on your own. When family is involved, tempers and tensions can run high, making it easy to get lost in the emotions and lose sight of what you want to accomplish. This is certainly true when young children—and their well-being—are involved.
Hiring a family law attorney in Stuart, FL, is one of the best things you can do when faced with legal issues that can change your family’s life forever.
At The Law Offices of Travis R. Walker, P.A., we take time to listen to each client’s unique story and identify their specific goals. We customize a strategy that’s designed to achieve those goals as painlessly as possible.
Often, that involves prioritizing alternative dispute resolution methods like mediation or collaborative divorce, which can limit costs, accelerate timetables, and keep decisions about your future in your hands rather than in a judge’s.
We’ll be the buffer you need when emotions begin to get the best of the situation. We’ll offer clarity, guidance, and advice during the most stressful times in your life. We’ll be there to lead you through the legal process of getting a divorce, fighting for child support, dividing assets fairly, and ultimately doing what is best for you and your family.
If your dispute goes to court, you’ll benefit from the extensive experience of our top-rated Florida trial attorneys. We’ll put together a strong case that highlights the reasons why the judge should decide in your favor and bring in experts, specialists, and witnesses for added support.
We Handle All Family Law Disputes in Florida
At The Law Offices of Travis R. Walker, P.A., we have decades of experience representing clients in all types of family law disputes, including:
Whether you’re filing for divorce or have recently been served with divorce papers, it’s important to move through the process carefully. Spouses must agree to the terms of their divorce—how property and debts will be allocated, who gets custody of the kids (and when), and whether financial support will be paid—before a judge will approve the dissolution.
The longer it takes to find common ground on these issues, the longer it’ll take to get divorced—and the more expensive it will be. If you can’t agree, unresolved issues will be decided by a court. Our Stuart divorce lawyers can help you move through the process and keep important decisions in your hands.
Florida wants to prioritize custody arrangements that (a) are in a child’s best interest and (b) keep both parents in the child’s life. When parents split up, courts require a parenting plan to outline how custody will be arranged.
Our Florida child cstody lawyers have extensive experience drafting and negotiating parenting plans that serve the children’s best interests and keep them in safe, meaningful contact with their parents. We’ll advocate for you and make sure that your parental responsibility is preserved.
Often, the non-custodial parent—the one who spends less time with the children—is required to pay child support. This helps to ensure that both parents are actively supporting their kids. Florida has specific guidelines for calculating child support to ensure that payments are fair for the children and the paying parent. Whether you’re fighting for more child support or requesting a modification of an existing order, our Stuart child support attorneys can help ensure that the amount being paid is fair.
Spouses rarely have the same income, which isn’t really a cause for concern during a marriage. However, it can pose a challenge for the lesser-earning spouse in a divorce. In some situations, Florida will require a higher-earning spouse to pay spousal support, or alimony, to the lesser-earning spouse to help them land on their feet after a split. Our Florida spousal support attorneys can help you petition for alimony or fight to limit how much alimony, if any, has to be paid.
Florida is an equitable division state, which means that spouses are entitled to a fair share of the marital assets (and debts) after a divorce. What’s fair isn’t always equal, and many spouses disagree on who should get what and how property should be dealt with.
Our Stuart property division attorneys work closely with respected financial specialists, appraisers, forensic accountants, and other experts to ensure that all property (and debts) are identified and valued properly. Once assets are identified, we can help you prioritize the property you want to secure and determine where you’re most willing to compromise.
Parents share equal rights (and obligations) to their children under Florida state law. In some cases, it might be necessary to establish (or contest) paternity, especially when matters of child support or custody are at issue. Our Stuart family law attorneys can help you either petition to confirm paternity or challenge it, depending on your specific situation.
Adoption is a wonderful way to grow a family, but in Florida, the adoption process is anything but easy. Whether you want to adopt a newborn baby or teen or foster a child in need, our Florida adoption attorneys can help you satisfy the requirements and work toward your goal of expanding your family.
Domestic violence is a serious problem in many relationships across the Sunshine State. If you or your child has been abused by a family member, it’s important to leave the situation and ask for help. Our Stuart domestic violence lawyers can help get your family to safety, file a petition for an injunction or restraining order to keep your abusive spouse away from you, and help you kickstart the process of filing for divorce.
Prenuptial agreements are private contracts that dictate how assets should be handled in the event that a couple eventually gets divorced. Executed before marriage, they can help spouses sidestep Florida’s laws on property division and keep decisions about their split more controlled. In Florida, prenuptial agreements are valid as long as both partners enter into the contract willingly and the terms are fair. Our Florida prenuptial agreement attorneys can help you and your spouse-to-be execute a prenup that’s fair and that can be used to accelerate the divorce process, should you split up.
Call Our Experienced and Respected Florida Family Law Attorneys for Help Today
Legal issues can be incredibly stressful when they involve family. It’s important that emotions don’t cloud your judgment or get in the way of making sound, reasoned decisions about your future. That’s where our Stuart family law attorneys can help.
At The Law Offices of Travis R. Walker, P.A., we know that you’re going through a difficult situation. We’re not just here to be your legal advocates. We’re here to provide the strength and support you need to move through this painful time in your life. We’ll offer advice and fight passionately to secure the results that put your family’s best interests first.
Call our law offices in Stuart, Palm Beach, Tallahassee, or Port St. Lucie, Florida, to learn more. Reach out to a member of our Florida legal team today. We’re always here to help, so contact us to set up a consultation today.
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