Ft. Myers Family Law and Florida Child Support
Lee County Divorce Attorney Theresa Daniels for your child support dispute
Call (239) 214-6010 if you are facing challenges related to the development or maintenance of your child support rights and responsibilities. You may be Florida parent who is negotiating a divorce and trying to determine the right child support amount. You may have created a child support plan years ago that is no longer realistic. There are countless possibilities to discuss with your Fort Myers Family Law Attorney Theresa Daniels. She will answer all of your questions, study all of the details related to your case and work with you to create a persuasive strategy to get the child support settlement you need. If your case cannot be settled through out-of court negotiation, she will put her skill as a trial attorney to work for you. She is a skilled negotiator and will always be an aggressive advocate for your best interests.
- Determining Florida child support payments during divorce negotiations
- Helping you modify or enforcing parenting plans and support agreements
- Assisting with child custody or child support negotiations during Florida mediation
- Answering your questions about Florida paternity and unmarried parents child support cases
- Successfully getting through the legal process when support arrangements need to be altered
- If you filed for divorce without an attorney and realize mistakes were made during your uncontested divorce settlement involving your children
Contact the Daniels Law Offices in Fort Myers for a consultation about your right and responsibilities related to Florida child support laws. We are a family law firm for all of Lee County and we are prepared to offer you thorough, aggressive, and affordable legal representation wherever you are in Southwest Florida. We have five Fort Myers area locations. Call us at Call (239) 214-6010 to determine the one most convenient for you.
Call the Daniels Law Offices in Ft. Myers: We focus on child support and custody disputes
In Florida, the state will use rigid child support guidelines to determine child support. There are many circumstances, however, when the court’s determination of support may not be reasonable. Issues of employment, disability, a child with special needs, and many other factors must be considered when determining fair child support. To minimize the risk of not having an appropriate child support payment, contact Theresa Daniels.