Divorce & Family Law

Tyson Law Group, PLLC • Serving Clients and Their Families in Jupiter, FL and the Surrounding Areas


YOU are thinking of getting a DIVORCE, or your spouse has already started one. You have a lot of questions: How long will this take? How much will it cost? How is time-sharing with children determined, and how are child support payments calculated? My spouse wants to leave the area with the child: Can he or she relocate? You might own a business and other assets and wonder how that will figure into equitable distribution (of property). Who gets to stay in the house? Will it have to be sold? Will I be able to get or will I have to pay support to my spouse? (There are different types of alimony as outlined in the new Florida alimony law.) How is this affected by a prenuptial agreement? You may have other specific issues such as domestic abuse calling for injunctive relief, modification, enforcement and contempt.

The managing partner of the Tyson Law Group has handled divorce cases for almost 40 years and he can answer all of your questions involving your specific issues, and give you options as to how you might proceed. All cases are different. There are also different ways your matter might be resolved. Even if the case is proceeding toward trial, the sitting judge will order the parties to go to mediation, or the parties may decide to mediate early in the process. There is also a relatively new process called collaboration wherein the parties are guided in designing their own agreement. A matter may end up being uncontested when the parties reach a Marital Settlement Agreement and offer it to the Judge at a final hearing. Regardless of whether or not the matter is simple or contested, the experienced lawyers at the Tyson Law Group are prepared to protect your interests and help you get that what you are entitled to get.

The practice of divorce and family law is interdisciplinary. That means an attorney should know about many related issues such as real estate law, business and corporate law, estate law, bankruptcy, tax law, and insurance law. There are many documents and forms the attorney must be familiar with including, but not limited to, real estate conveyance forms, financial affidavits, financial reports, business and corporate documents and forms, property transfer forms, etc. The lawyer must also be able to collaborate with other experts such as psychologists, insurance and investment counselors. In his over 40 years of practice Mr. Tyson has handled many different types of cases, as well as having served as an arbiter and mediator, a trustee and a personal representative.

These looming legal issues in divorce cases can very often be very stressful and overwhelming. You will need an attentive lawyer to help you through this ordeal. Attempting to tackle a legal matter on your own can end up negatively impacting the outcome of your case. It may not be wise to risk these repercussions. We believe in giving our clients our full attention and treating them with care and respect. Our attorneys are knowledgeable our fees are reasonable and we have convenient office hours. So do not hesitate to fill out the form below or contact our friendly staff now at 561-337-5360 to set an appointment with the attorney for a personalized one-on-one consultation so that we can begin to help you protect your future now.

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Tyson Law Group

Tyson Law Group, PLLC

(561) 717-0136

frank@tysonlawgroup.com

110 Front Street, Suite 300
Harbourside Place Jupiter, FL 33477

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