Miami Family Law Attorney
The area of Family Law is very broad. Acosta & Lichter, P.A., handles every type of family law matter in the state of Florida. We are attuned to the needs of our clients and committed to professional and ethical superiority in attaining excellent results. Whether it is a simple uncontested divorce or a complex disputed paternity matter, Acosta & Lichter, P.A. can help you achieve maximum results.
We understand the emotions surrounding family matters. Therefore, we offer a no-obligation consultation. You can meet with our attorneys and they will determine if we can effectively represent you in your family law case.
Our practice includes equitable distribution matters, alimony, timesharing, relocation, child support cases, drafting and negotiation of prenuptial/postnuptial agreements, modification actions and more.
Divorce and Child Custody
When going through a divorce or custody matter you want to be sure you have a strong advocate on your side. We help men and women throughout the Miami and Broward County areas fight for their most precious assets. Our lawyers take a hands-on approach to working with clients. We continuously promote open communication and are available personally to answer your questions and concerns.
Family law encompasses a very wide range of legal issues such as marriage and alternatives to marriage, divorce, child custody and support, elder law, and more. While most family law matters are civil matters, a few criminal issues, such as domestic violence and child abuse, fall under family law as well. Depending on the nature and complexity of your legal issue, you may only need to fill out forms. Acosta & Lichter, P.A. can help you determine what you need to do and understand your rights.
Some of the issues handled by Acosta & Lichter, P.A., include:
- Marriage and alternatives to marriage
- Divorce and dissolution
- Spousal support
- Child custody
- Child abduction
- Child support
- Foster care
- Parental rights and responsibilities, including liability for the actions of minor children
- Domestic violence
- Child abuse
- Crimes against children
- Elder law