When you and your family are working through a divorce or other life-altering event, it can be an emotional, upsetting, and traumatic time for those involved. Cases involving family law are often sensitive and complex, and each comes with its own set of unique challenges.


That’s why compassionate and competent legal representation is so essential when navigating these troubling waters. While family matters may seem very personal, rules and regulations regarding divorce and other aspects of family law are mandated by federal and Florida laws. Family law proceedings can have an enormous impact on the lives of you and your family, and can disrupt the lives of everyone involved. Such proceedings require the knowledge, experience, and council of an experienced Florida family law attorney.


The seasoned attorneys at Florida Family Law Clinic in South Florida are dedicated to protecting the rights and best interests of their clients and families. Our top lawyers have been protecting the rights of fathers, mothers, husbands, wives, and children for years, and have a proven track record of successful cases. We understand that the issues surrounding divorce and family law can be challenging and upsetting, and strive to provide our clients with exceptional representation that is as effective as it is compassionate.


Our attorneys help clients and families throughout the state of Florida, including Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach. We expertly and efficiently handle all matters related to legal affairs, so you can concentrate on the important matters like caring for loved ones and reorganizing your lives. From divorce proceedings to domestic violence concerns, our attorneys will be your most powerful and compassionate ally.

A Top Family Attorney in Florida Doesn’t Have to Cost a Fortune

For many families, fear of expensive legal fees keeps them from taking steps to protect their family and personal rights. Uncertain economic times may keep families from filing for divorce, renegotiating their Florida time sharing rights, or pursuing a permanent domestic violence injunction because they feel they simply cannot afford two separate households. Others know they will not qualify for free legal assistance, and don’t believe they can afford costly lawyers and legal fees.


Dedicated to protecting the rights of clients who may not otherwise be able to afford quality representation, the Florida Family Law Clinic provides superior legal services at an extremely affordable rate. Our clinic is the ideal, affordable Florida family law firm for families facing harsh situations, as our low-cost family law attorneys will work to protect your rights and prevent future legal hardships.


While the vast majority of family law attorneys in the Florida area may charge a minimum of $250 per hour, our attorneys will work within a client’s financial constraints at a competitive rate of $175 per hour.


Despite their low fees, our attorneys provide exceptional legal counsel without forcing our clients to compromise their expectations for a just and fair outcome. With the help of a Florida Family Law attorney, you can afford to take control of your family situation.


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Florida Family Law Attorneys with Experience in a Wide Range of Practice Areas


Our knowledgeable and compassionate low-cost attorneys are experienced in a sweeping range of practice areas related to family law. Some of our areas of expertise include:

From the initial case management conference to litigation, divorce can be an emotional and difficult process. The traumatic and often lengthy process can involve property division, child custody agreements, and more. Whether you are thinking about terminating a marriage or ready to file, our divorce attorneys can guide you through your rights, options, and the legal process with respect and integrity.... read more [+]


In certain cases, paternity must be established in court. According to Florida law, any woman who is pregnant or has a child, any man who believes he is the father of a child, or any child may bring a case to court to determine the paternity of a child when paternity has not been previously established. Whether you are a mother who is trying to locate the father of your child or a father who wishes to claim parental rights, our paternity lawyers can help you resolve this issue in a way that is cost-effective and beneficial to your child.... read more [+]

Time Sharing (Child Custody and Visitation)

In Florida, time sharing refers to the legal guardian status, residency, and caretaking responsibilities of a child after divorce, legal separation, or paternity degree. With time sharing, one parent is typically awarded physical custody of a child, while the other is given substantial visitation rights. At Florida Family Law Clinic, we strive to protect the interests of the child and allow for shared parenting.... read more [+]

Child Support

In a family law case, the determination of child support is one of the most important decisions, where a court decides the monetary responsibility of the non-custodial parent. If a parent needs child support modification or enforcement, an attorney experienced in child support issues is essential.... read more [+]


Alimony refers to the money or other financial provisions provided to a spouse or former spouse by his or her former spouse. The purpose of alimony is to provide a former spouse with life necessities as established by the marriage. An attorney with experience in this area can assist you in handling this part of the divorce process to ensure an outcome that is fair and beneficial to you.... read more [+]

Marital Property Distribution

Marital property distribution can be a costly and complex part of divorce. In Florida, what you bring to a marriage is considered non-marital, but nearly everything purchased or accumulated during the marriage is regarded as marital property, which is usually divided equally between the two spouses. A family law attorney can help you reach a fair settlement on property and debt issues before filing for divorce, preventing future obstacles and argument.... read more [+]

Domestic Violence

Florida has seen a sudden rise in domestic violence, and local courts take such cases very seriously. Whether you’ve been a victim to domestic violence or you’ve been accused of this type of crime, hiring an expert lawyer as soon as possible is vital to protecting you and your family’s rights and well-being.... read more [+]

Post-Divorce Litigation

Even after a divorce is finalized, many issues may be left unresolved. Once a final settlement has been ordered by the courts, any remaining issues may be amended by a post-divorce attorney. A skilled attorney will be able to help ensure your rights are protected for years to come after your divorce.... read more [+]

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Let the Florida Family Law Clinic Work to Protect You and the Ones You Care About

The laws and nuances surrounding family law matters are complex and sensitive. Don’t struggle through this challenging time alone—let us help. Call one of our convenient local numbers to schedule a free initial telephone consultation, reach out via email at, or fill out our simple online form