Finding the best legal representation for family law counsel is extremely important when filing for divorce, fighting for child custody, dealing with child support payment disputes, domestic relations and/or other legal issues between family members. Clients who are in the midst of such an intense family disagreement requiring outside family legal help are usually undergoing a vast amount of pressure monetarily, physically and emotionally.
At Canty Law, we are relentless when facing an adversary. Nevertheless, we provide caring, client-focused, personal family law representation at considerably lower fees than typical larger firms. Unlike the “runaway” hourly billing often required by larger family law firms, we charge a simple fixed, flat legal fee for specific services.
Ask about our flat fees for resolving individual family law matters. We take a balanced, calm approach to difficult issues, focusing on solutions and compromises that provide for the stability and welfare of those affected.
If you have been shopping around for a Florida family law attorney, you will notice that our rates (compared to larger family law firms) will literally save you thousands of dollars in unnecessary fees. We are known for being relentless when facing an adversary and for being caring and helpful when our clients need it most. Get help with filing for divorce and other family law matters including, but not limited to:
- Alimony/Spousal Support
- Child Support/Modification of Child Support
- Child Custody/Modification of Custody and Time-Sharing
- Modification of Alimony
- Parental Relocation
- Parenting Plan
- Paternity Testing/Actions/Fraud
- Property Settlements
- Temporary Custody
- Temporary Support
- Uncontested Divorce
- Visitation/Parental Rights
If you have 100% complete agreement on all issues during your divorce proceedings, you may qualify for an uncontested divorce, saving considerable time and expense. Your divorce may be filed for one flat fee, which covers the attorney fee, and may be finalized in as little as 60 days.*
A FEW WORDS FROM FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY, BONNIE L. CANTY
“At our first meeting, we will sit down together to discuss your case. We will talk about each step in the process, including deadlines, procedural logistics and matters of special concern to you. I will help you understand your options, set realistic expectations and discuss your likelihood of success at trial if needed.
After our initial meeting, we will work together to gather all relevant information and evidence to make a reasonable settlement offer to the other side. If child custody, child support or spousal support issues are imminent, we may ask the court to make temporary orders to be in effect while the divorce is pending. If we are unable to reach an agreement with the other side, we will prepare to go to trial.”
To schedule a consultation, call us at (561) 430-4188 or simply contact us here online.