LOOKING FOR A DIVORCE LAWYER IN MIAMI, FLORIDA?

Florida Law Firm

Looking for a Divorce Lawyer in South Florida? The Law Office of Jeffrey Alan Aenlle, PA is a law firm that is based in the Brickell neighborhood of Miami, Florida and we focus our practice on Miami Family Law and Litigation (Trial Law).

Our Miami based law firm is proud to serve the residents of South Florida including neighborhoods and surrounding areas such as Aventura, Brickell, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Key Biscayne, North Miami Beach, Miami Shores, South Beach, Sunny Isles Beach, South Miami, Brickell Key, Cutler Bay, Hialeah, Opa-Locka and other communities throughout the region.

Miami Divorce Lawyer

In our Florida Family Law practice, we handle a wide gamut of Miami Divorce and Parental Responsibility issues. If you are facing an issue that affects the structure of your family, we can help.

Our law firm is proud to serve as legal counsel in South Florida Family Law matters such as:

Miami Family Law Attorney

Our Miami Family Law firm also serves the community in our handling of family law issues other than the divorce process. If you are not sure whether our law firm represents clients that are facing your particular issue, give us a call and speak directly with a Miami trial attorney. We’ll discuss your legal matter in one of our Free Initial Consultations, and if we can’t help, we will try to help you find someone that can. We also serve Florida families with:

Divorce Lawyer

All of the basics about simplified, contested, and uncontested divorce, and why you need the best divorce lawyer in your corner.

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Alimony Attorney

A quick run down of the different types of alimony, the factors a judge considers when making alimony rulings, and why you need the best lawyer for alimony hearings.

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Prenuptial Agreements

Everything you need to know about the benefits of a prenuptial agreement, the problems with prenup stigma, and why your marriage needs one.

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Child Custody

Explanations of child custody, timesharing, and parenting plans, and how these issues play out in Florida divorce law.

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Property Division

A quick run down of the different types of alimony, the factors a judge considers when making alimony rulings, and why you need the best lawyer for alimony hearings.

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Contract Disputes

Information found here about the different kinds of contract breaches, the ways courts handle and punish contract breaches, and how an attorney can help.

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Child Support

Information on the ethical basis, historical precedent, and legal basis of child support, with special attention to the views of the Florida Family Court.

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Domestic Violence

Learn all of the basics about Injunctions for Protection against Domestic Violence, whether you need one, and how the right lawyer can help protect you.

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Bankruptcy for Families

Breakdown of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, and how these processes affect families in Florida.

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Latest Posts

 

  • Acting on a Tough Decision: Initiating a Divorce

    Divorce is not the most comfortable subject to bring up to your partner. For some, it could be one of the most difficult decisions you’ll ever have to make. It is easy for one to threaten divorce after an argument, but...

  • How Long is a Child Support Decision Effective?

    Child support decisions often come about in divorce cases and separation cases. If you know who the father is, and he is not helping with the expenses of raising the child, you can go to family court and petition for an...

  • What is a Community Property State and Do You Live in One?

    In approximately 9 states,  Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington, and Wisconsin (with Alaska offering couples the option to opt into the system), property ownership follows a syst...

  • How Do You Garnish Wages for Child Support?

    In child support cases, we find the majority of families being split up, with the children going with one parent. The other parent is ordered to support the raising of the child through child support payments. The idea c...

  • 3 Signs It’s Time to Stop Treating Your Divorce Lawyer Like a Therapist

    Divorce creates a virtual whirlwind of emotions inside people going through the process. Whether it is a clean or messy divorce, there are sure to be at least a good handful of stress factors that you will be juggling on...