Tampa Divorce Attorney – Nothing is More Important than Your Family
One of the main things parents want to know before hiring a Tampa child custody lawyer is what will be the child custody’s attorney fees and cost. Each child custody case is unique and every Tampa family law attorney fee will differ between firms. It’s not feasible to provide a dollar amount or even an estimate when it comes to attorney fees until you consult with a family law attorney about your case.
In child custody cases, Florida statutes does allow family courts to order one party to contribute to pay the other party’s reasonable attorney’s fees as well as other expenses that are deemed allowable by the courts. The primary factors that must exist in order for attorney fees to be awarded to one party is the need for assistance by the receiving party and the ability to pay by the other party as well as multiple other factors. This not only applies to Florida child custody cases, but also in divorce, child support, enforcement and modification hearings and alimony proceedings in Tampa Bay and Florida.
If you have been denied the right to share time with your child in Florida, a Tampa child custody lawyer can help you to solve that problem. The cost of taking the steps to ensure a loving relationship may not be as much as you anticipate. Contact Nilo J Sanchez & Associates, Tampa child custody attorney for a consultation. For more information about divorce and child custody attorney fees, please refer to Florida Statute 61.16.
For information or consultation with Tampa family law attorney Nilo J. Sanchez:
Nilo J Sanchez & Associates
Phone: (813) 879-4600
Important Information Regarding the Hiring of a Tampa Divorce Lawyer
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