Family Law

For many people, the problems they bring to the Family Court are often the most significant of their lives. It is the one area of law where the parties are most likely to continue seeing each other for many years to come, and the long lasting effects of decisions made by Family Court Judges cannot be underestimated. Mark S. Steinberg, P.A. believes that educating its clients about Family Law will help prepare them to fight for what they deserve while curbing unrealistic expectations.

Mark S. Steinberg, P.A. has represented many clients in Family Court, but every client is an individual and every case is treated as a unique set of challenges. Attorney Mark Steinberg works closely with each client to identify the best ways to achieve the desired results. The Firm will always reach out to the other party and attempt an amicable resolution achieved through a careful negotiation. But when negotiation fails and an equitable agreement cannot be reached, Mark S. Steinberg, P.A. is well equipped to protect your rights through aggressive, zealous advocacy in Court.

The Firm understands that any conflict in a family can seem overwhelming. When you meet with Attorney Mark Steinberg, you will quickly realize that he is committed to providing his clients with personalized and thorough legal services and advice. The Firm will walk you through the complicated legal process and empower you by educating and guiding you throughout each phase. In the end, Mark S. Steinberg, P.A. will do everything it can to enable you to take back control of your life and move forward for yourself and your family.

After the Divorce

Unfortunately, the Final Judgment of Divorce is rarely the end of the story, particularly for divorces involving parents of children under the age of 18. Circumstances change which often require one party to ask for a modification of the divorce decree.  Other times one spouse refuses to do what the Court order required and the...

Alimony

A Judge decides whether or not to award alimony to one spouse based upon the length of the marriage, the parties’ standard of living during the marriage, the age and physical and emotional condition of both spouses, each spouse’s income, financial resources, and the income-producing capacity of those resources, the ability of each spouse to...

Children and Divorce

Divorce involving parents of children under the age of 18 poses a special set of concerns. The primary focus of the Family Court is the best interest of the children, and that phrase will be repeated many times throughout the divorce proceeding. The three most common issues concerning children and divorce is deciding upon parental...

Dividing Property

Florida is an Equitable Distribution State.  This means that in a Florida divorce, marital property will be divided in a way that the Judge believes is fair to both you and your spouse. This does not necessarily mean a 50/50 division as is the rule in community property states like California. Marital Property and Nonmarital...

Other Family Law Issues

Family Law is more than just divorce.  When parents have children without being married, they need to know what rights they have and do not have.  This is often determined by filing a petition to determine paternity. Prenuptial agreements are also a part of a family law practice. It may be hard to discuss the...

If you are considering divorce and would like to speak with an attorney, call Mark S. Steinberg, P.A. at (305) 671-0015 or fill out the Contact Form to schedule a consultation.