When legal issues affect your family, working with an experienced attorney is the best way to make sure that things go smoothly. At Philpott Law, we use our years of experience to help people throughout central Florida, including DeLand, Daytona Beach and Sanford, make family law decisions that protect their interests and seek the best possible outcomes.
We represent people seeking divorces by offering knowledgeable and skilled legal counsel. We can help you understand the legal procedures involved in divorce, anticipate the decisions you may have to make and the possible outcomes that may come from those decisions. These include decisions about child custody and visitation, child support, alimony and the division of property and debts.
At Philpott Law, we help clients resolve disputes over time-sharing and child support. We understand that these matters can be especially emotional, so our lawyers work closely with you to help you meet your goals in matters such as:
Our lawyers can help you determine the best time-sharing, also known as custody, arrangements, working with you to develop those that meet your scheduling needs and are in the best interests of your children. We also help you understand the factors the court considers when determining the amount of child support to be paid or received.
As time passes, things rarely stay the same. Existing court orders often need to be changed to match new needs and situations. At Philpott Law, we can help with modification of existing court orders, petitioning courts on behalf of our clients to have orders for child custody and visitation, child support, and alimony changed as the circumstances require.
Clients of our family law practice may also need the legal services of our criminal law attorney. Issues arising from domestic violence often spill over into the criminal arena. You may be charged with child endangerment or domestic abuse. In these situations, having the resources of our experienced criminal defense lawyer can be essential.
We welcome prospective clients and invite them to contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation about any family law matter.