Sarasota and Bradenton Divorce Attorney
At The Collins Law Group, we help people get through some of life's most challenging situations. Our practice areas include important aspects of family law and bankruptcy. Contact us.
Divorce can mean something different to each person, but every divorce is life changing. We can help you reach the best possible outcome in dealing with yours, with careful attention paid to your children, your finances and your property. We represent civilians as well as military service members and spouses. In addition to handling traditional divorce proceedings for in-state and out-of-state clients, we assist men and women in cooperative and collaborative divorce that can make the process less expensive and less damaging.
A major concern for many people in divorce situations is the fair division of their assets and possessions. We can help you understand your rights and make sure that equitable distribution of property occurs in your case, as dictated by Florida law.
Child Support, Spousal Support and Child Custody
We can represent you in making fair agreements regarding child support and spousal support (commonly known as alimony). We can also help you develop, modify or enforce custody or visitation arrangements regarding the time you have with your children. This can include custody involving extended family members or parental relocation.
Our lawyers can counsel and represent you in a variety of adoption matters, including domestic and international adoption and stepparent adoption. They can also represent you in situations involving paternity questions or disputes.
Bankruptcy can be a powerful, legal solution to a debt problem. Whether you are overwhelmed by credit card debt, swamped with big medical bills or struggling with other debts, we can help you explore bankruptcy as a solution. Our attorneys understand how a bankruptcy filing may affect your retirement or your tax return.
Bankruptcy Cases Involving Divorce, Foreclosure or Repossession
Being overwhelmed by debt is always painful, but sometimes the debt can lead to the threat of home foreclosure or vehicle repossession, or it can come in combination with a divorce. We can help you understand your rights and work toward positive outcomes in all these areas.
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13
Contact a Sarasota Family Law & Bankruptcy Attorney
Contact us to speak to an experienced lawyer about your situation. We are available to answer your questions.