Domestic Partnerships – Divorce – West Palm Beach FL
Attorney Byrnes Guillaume Attorney at Law PLLC is a Family Law Attorney in West Palm Beach that provides legal counsel for many different family law situations. Issues such as Divorce, Custody, Child Support, Paternity, Injunctions, and Domestic Partnerships are handled by our office. Our staff is fluent in Haitian Creole to better serve our clientele.
Many people live together these days without choosing to get married. The State of Florida recognizes domestic partnership agreements, which may impart certain legal benefits to each individual. Often, when people live together, they desire to purchase property together, adopt children together, or mingle finances together. Domestic partnerships offer non-married couples many of the same legal benefits allowed to married couples. These benefits can include health and life insurance, death benefits, sick and family leave, and state tax treatment. Our Law firm can help assist people in need of a domestic partnership agreement that can help solve many issues and help prevent unnecessary and costly litigation.
Dissolution of a marriage can have serious, long-term effects, both emotionally and legally. There are also strict legal requirements that cover everything from choosing a method of legal separation, to selecting where and how to file, to deciding how the property should be divided. The divorce process can be confusing, especially without legal assistance. Under the topic of Family Law, Byrnes Guillaume Law can provide legal help and representation in matters of divorce, child custody and child support. We explain the complexities of the divorce process, clarify your rights, and protect your interests. In child custody cases, it is important that the separated parents come to terms for the benefit of their children. Byrnes Guillaume will strive to ensure the best outcome for all involved for your divorce, child custody and child support issues. Under Florida law, the rights of the child and the parent are regulated. Each parent should seek a qualified family lawyer to make certain the rights of all parties involved are addressed. Even if a divorce is amicable, legal representation for both parties is important. For more information about these and other Family Law issues, please call our office for a consultation today.