St. Augustine Family Law Attorney
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Families going through divorce, paternity, child custody, child support,
and marital property disputes need both emotional support and legal protection
from an understanding St. Augustine family lawyer during these stressful
times. If children are involved, the additional demand that the children's
best interests be protected becomes paramount. At the Albaugh Law Firm,
we apply legal knowledge and common sense to reach efficient and favorable
outcomes for our clients in these complex situations.
Albaugh Law Firm serves residents of Flagler, Putnam, and St. Johns Counties.
Our lawyers have experience handling a broad range of marital and family
law matters - including
amicable divorce. Our approach to family law cases is simple: get to know you as a client
in order to translate your ultimate goals into a legally sound and aggressive
strategy to achieve them.
Family Law Cases We Handle Throughout Florida
Our legal team has
more than 70 years of combined experience. Let us put that perspective and skill to work
for your benefit during this challenging time. A skilled family law attorney
in St. Augustine FL from our firm is prepared to help in a wide variety
of cases in the realm of family law, including but not limited to the
Are you facing a divorce? Do not wait before contacting a family law attorney
who can help you. Your divorce may be very complex and contested - meaning
that you and your spouse cannot agree on certain terms of the marriage
dissolution - or uncontested and more or less straightforward, but in
either scenario, an attorney can help you ensure that your rights and
interests are protected.
In the state of Florida, there is a set of established guidelines that
are used to determine the amount and duration of child support payments.
Our firm can stand by your side and help ensure that your wages and deductions
are properly computed. We can help ensure that you receive the child support
you deserve - or, alternately, that you are not forced to pay above your
Determining who should have custody of a child is perhaps the most painful
and important part of a divorce proceeding. In the state of Florida, the
terms "parenting plans" and "time-sharing schedules"
describe how the obligations of parents are shared following marriage
dissolution. We can help you as you set up a parenting schedule that is
in the best interests of your children.
Do you think you are entitled to spousal support payments - or alimony
- following your marriage dissolution? We can help ensure that the judge
hears why you deserve these payments. On the other hand, if your spouse
is demanding alimony and you are not legally obligated to pay it, we are
prepared to fight for you in order to defend your economic autonomy. Call our firm.
While there are many similarities with military and civilian divorces,
service members face unique challenges when it comes to deployment, court
proceedings, child custody and child support. At Albaugh Law Firm, we
provide legal advice and representation in military divorce proceedings.
After the conclusion of a divorce, it may become necessary to pursue enforcement
of the court's decrees or a couple's divorce terms if one party
is in contempt of the original arrangement. Whether your former spouse
is refusing to pay child support or alimony or you are facing a custody
or visitation issue, we have the experience necessary to effectively pursue
compliance from the other side.
Sometimes court decrees or divorce terms become defunct over time. If
your situation has changed and you believe it would be in your family's
best interest to modify or change the original orders granted by the court,
do not hesitate to call a family law attorney from the Albaugh Law Firm
to discuss your options.
If you have been accused of domestic violence and received a restraining
order, we can help address your case effectively in order to defend your
rights. Unfortunately, in too many cases, restraining orders are merely
used for leverage in family law cases. Let us defend your rights and fight
for you! Call the Albaugh Law Firm today to discuss your case.
To enjoy the rights and responsibilities of fatherhood as an unmarried
parent, you must first establish biological paternity of the child. We
have helped many of our clients establish fatherhood in order to develop
parenting plans and financial child support agreements. Contact the Albaugh
Law Firm to learn more about protecting and advancing your parental rights.
If you are a custodial parent but you are considering moving a significant
distance away, you should be sure to contact a St. Johns County family
law attorney about your case before making any decisions. In some cases,
relocation can have a serious impact on a parent's custodial rights.
If your child's other parent is the one considering a move, we can
help you protect your visitation schedule. Contact us today.
Time Sharing / Visitation
The time-sharing schedule is an important aspect of the parenting plan
following a divorce or paternity case because it determines where your
child will live and what time he or she will spend with each parent. Different
solutions work best for different families. When you consult a family
lawyer from our firm, we can advise you as to your unique situation and
discuss the best resolution for you.
With adoption, a child's birth parents are relinquishing their parental
rights and the adoptive parents are assuming all of the same rights and
responsibilities as biological parents. While adoption and step-parent
adoption can be joyous experiences, it's crucial to learn about the
adoption process and utilize the services of an experienced family law
attorney from our firm.
Schedule a Free Consultation with a St. Augustine Family Lawy Lawyer Today
Contact the Albaugh Law Firm today to speak with a family law attorney
in St. Augustine, FL during a free initial consultation. Our attorneys
represent people throughout Florida, including
Jacksonville, Palatka, St. Johns County, and Flagler County. We understand what you
are going through and we are prepared to provide the strong and effective
representation you need during this time. Whatever you may be facing in
the area of family law, do not hesitate to contact our St. Johns County
office today for tenacious legal support.