Legal services are not affordable for many Brevard County, Florida residents. Many people in our state have yet to recover from the 2008 financial crisis. Financial problems, however, should never get in the way of the most important thing – your family. Fortunately our local rules allow for family law lawyers to make “Limited Appearances.” This allows you to retain an attorney for a single hearing or for a particular portion of your case. If you are going through a domestic relations dispute and are concerned about funds then contact our Melbourne, Florida office today.
Our Courts allow attorneys to appear on a limited basis in a family law case. This means that you can pay counsel a one-time fee to attend a particular hearing, to attend trial, or to defend you at a deposition. Such representation can be highly valuable in a divorce, a child custody case, disputes over paternity, or cases where one wishes to relocate a child outside of Florida. You may be in a situation where you cannot afford to retain an attorney to handle your case from beginning to end. You may, however, be worried about properly presenting your case to a Judge during Court appearances. Retaining counsel on a one-time basis can be of great assistance.
Lindsey Sharp and Deborah Dye are family law attorneys providing limited appearances in domestic relation related matters. Lindsey and Deborah will use your initial consultation to determine what is happening in your case and to prepare for representing you. They will give you an honest assessment of your situation so you can move forward in an efficient manner. You do not have to choose between your family and your finances – we are able to make such appearances for a one-time flat fee. Contact our office today.
In addition to Melbourne our office also services clients in the Brevard County cities of Titusville, Cocoa, Palm Bay, Grant, Valkaria, and Rockledge, as well as in the Indian River County areas of Fellsmere, Sebastian, Vero Beach, Indian River Shores, and Orchid.