Do you need a divorce lawyer in Pensacola?
Whether you are faced with issues of divorce, child custody, child support, paternity, or visitation, family law issues spark many emotions and can be overwhelming or frustrating. No matter what emotions you may endure, you can be assured that an experienced and aggressive attorney at the Law Office of Talbott, Lampert, and Stoner, P.A. will fight for your rights as we guide you through the process.
We strive to meet the legal needs of our clients in every way possible. Our attorneys serve clients in Pensacola, and in the surrounding communities in all areas of family law. We are fully committed to providing personalized legal services that are tailored to meet your needs. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling divorce cases. We have handled complex and high-asset cases, and are knowledgeable of the skills needed to achieve the best results on your behalf.
We encourage our clients to try alternate dispute resolutions, such as mediation and arbitration, to achieve positive resolutions. Many times, reaching a settlement through alternate dispute resolutions is beneficial for both parties. A few of the benefits include saving money on attorney’s fees and time in the courtroom.
Our attorneys listen to your needs and formulate a legal strategy that looks out for your family’s best interests. When you work with us, you can always expect honest, direct contact with your attorney throughout the entire legal process of your case.
Child Support Laws
Child support is calculated by a mathematical formula. If one parent is granted custody of the child, then typically the other parent will have child support payments. Determining child support can be complex, especially if one parent is self-employed or both parents are wage earners. Because this process is complex, it is important you work with a lawyer who is experienced and knowledgeable of the law.
When kids are involved in a divorce, their well-being is vital. You want to make certain their lives are affected as minimally as possible. For this reason, it is critical you work with an experienced and compassionate lawyer who understands how to keep your family’s best interests in the foreground at all times.
The Law Office of Talbott, Lampert, and Stoner, P.A. is a trusted and experienced legal source that serves Pensacola and the surrounding areas in family law matters. We have provided honest and professional legal solutions for those in need. Our firm prides ourself on our integrity and high level of personal commitment to our client’s situations. Our attorneys always work to achieve the best results on your behalf.
Child Custody Disputes
In Child Custody disputes, the court will typically establish a parenting plan that provides for time-sharing that will be in the child’s best interest. This will provide the child with shared parenting so that both parents will be responsible for the major decisions which affect a child. In determining the best interest of a child, there is no presumption for or against the father or the mother.
The court should take all relevant and appropriate information into account in an effort to make a fair and reasonable determination of how the child’s best interest will be served based upon the current circumstances.
The Law Office of Talbott, Lampert, and Stoner, P.A. is experienced in Child Custody and Child Visitation cases. We work to protect your rights while working for what’s in the best interest of the child. If you are currently involved or are considering child custody or visitation, contact us today to find out more information.
Prenuptial agreements are contracts signed before a couple gets married that determine how assets or debts will be split up in the event of a divorce.
Prenups have become much more common and it is important to understand how seriously these contracts are viewed by the courts in Florida. In the past, courts would often scrutinize prenuptial agreements with suspicion, primarily because the document favored the spouse with higher wealth and appeared to promote a frivolous attitude towards divorce.
Now that divorces and, in turn, remarriage have become more socially acceptable in addition to the rise in overall equality between men and women, the courts and legislatures are much more willing to uphold premarital agreements. That said, a prenup that is judged unfair or otherwise fails to meet state requirements will still be set aside.
Because of this, it is imperative that the negotiations and construction of your arrangements are done in a clear manner and that the implications of the contract are obvious to both parties, as well as legally sound. The family law attorneys at the Law Office of Talbott, Lampert, and Stoner, P.A. are experienced in these matters and are happy to help guide you through the drafting of your prenuptial agreement.