Top Orlando Divorce Lawyers - Florida

For more than 30 years, we have helped the individuals and families of Greater Orlando, Florida, navigate through difficult and complex criminal and family law issues. Whether you desire a strong legal advocate as you go through your divorce, or you need experienced defense representation to protect your rights following a criminal arrest, we will work tirelessly to ensure that you...

At the law office of Peppler Law P.A., I represent the people of Oviedo and Winter Springs, Florida, when they are making the life-changing choice to obtain a divorce. As an experienced, respected and trusted lawyer, I prioritize protecting the best interests of my clients and setting them up for a successful future. For my high ethical standards and long list of successful results, I am AV...

The family law firm of McMichen, Cinami & Demps has deep roots in Central Florida. Managing partner Dorothy J. McMichen began practicing law in Orlando in 1983. The solo practice she founded in 1995 became our firm in 2008, when her two associate attorneys, Melanie M. Demps and Sonica R. Cinami, became partners. Today, our firm's three partners have reputations as leading family law attorneys,...

The law firm of Anderson & Ferrin has a wealth of experience representing clients in bankruptcy, family law and criminal defense . Mrs. Anderson and Mr. Ferrin's combined 16 years of experience of multiple positions within the legal profession has given them a unique ability to not only achieve results but to assist clients through difficult, complicated, and sometimes incredibly emotional...

At N. Diane Holmes, P.A. Family Law Group, located in Orlando and serving the Central Florida area, our staff offers personal and professional family law services. From pre-nuptial agreements to post-decree modifications, we provide our clients with effective family law representation. We know how stressful any legal case can be, and when it involves your family, the emotional toll is...

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