St. Petersburg Family Law Attorney
Protecting Your Family's Best Interests
Family law issues bring with them a great amount of emotions. Whether you are considering a divorce, are in a custody dispute or have questions regarding paternity, a dedicated lawyer can provide the help you need.
At Robinson Law Office PLLC, in St. Petersburg, Florida, we provide comprehensive family law representation. We understand that every family is different, and are dedicated to helping our clients find the legal solutions that best fit their unique needs. Let us help you maintain peace of mind as we work to resolve disputes you are involved in as amicably and swiftly as possible.
Our Family Law Services
We offer a comprehensive list of services to the families we represent, including matters related to the following:
Divorce and Property Division
Modification to Child Custody, Parenting Plans, Child Support
Overlapping Juvenile Court Issues
St. Petersburg family law attorney Amber Robinson is dedicated to helping all families reach workable solutions to legal problems. In addition to customized legal services, she also will provide a high level of personal service, making sure you understand your options and working to address any concerns you may have.
Common Temporary Needs Requests In Florida Divorces
In high conflict divorces parents often experience difficulty determining holiday time sharing and when each parent will spend time with the children. A court order time-sharing schedule, even temporarily, can have a positive impact on the children and parties. There tends to be less conflict with a court order in place.
B. Child Support
A child support order established early in the process through the temporary needs process can provide much needed stability for the children by ensuring their basic needs are met.
C. Temporary Alimony
If one spouse earns the majority of the income in a marriage, a temporary alimony is critical for the other spouse to pay bills and provide for necessities while a divorce case is pending.
D. Attorney’s Fees and Costs
To place spouses on equal footing during the divorce process, a court may award a spouse who earns significantly less income or has significantly less assets than the other spouse attorney’s fees and costs.