Do you Need a Personal Injury Lawyer in Orlando? Need a Lawyer in Altamonte Springs? Need a Lawyer in Sanford or any of its surrounding areas? Call us today for a consultation. Our firm is committed to providing all of our clients with competent counsel throughout Central Florida and surrounding areas. We handle Personal Injury, Family and Criminal Law matters.
Automobile Accident? Slip and Fall?
We understand how accidents can change your life and want to assist you in getting back what you have lost. Allow us to assist you in getting the compensation you deserve.
Misdemeanor offenses are violations of the law that are not as serious as felony crimes. Depending on the circumstances of the misdemeanor offense, an experienced attorney may be able to have a misdemeanor charge dropped from a defendant's record, particularly one involving a minor offense or one committed by a first time offender. A felony is a crime that is punishable by one year to a lifetime in prison, extensive fines, or even the death penalty in some cases. Due to the seriousness of felony charges and the severe penalties that may be imposed upon a conviction, it is essential to contact a Florida criminal defense lawyer who will fight for your rights and freedom.
Contemplating divorce is difficult. Whether or not you are sure you want to end your marriage, it helps to learn the basics of divorce law. Should you conclude that divorce is necessary, it is important to seek the assistance of an experienced family law attorney at Jackson Legal Services, LLC. A divorce is a judicial decree by which a valid marriage is dissolved. From a legal standpoint, the divorce process will divide the couple’s assets and debts; determine the future care and custody of their children; and give each person the legal right to marry someone else.
CHILD CUSTODY/CHILD SUPPORT
In Florida, determination of child custody is based on the best interest of the child standard. Using the Florida child support guidelines, the attorneys at Jackson Legal Services, LLC. will help you determine the proper amount of child support. These guidelines set forth the percentage of income that the non-custodial parent will be ordered to pay, based on the number of children.
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