Family Law and Divorce Attorney
At the Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale law offices of Alan Robert Burton, Attorney at Law, I bring more than 30 years of legal experience to my practice of family law. Over this period of time, I have focused my energies on representing men and women across South Florida in all matters related to or arising out of divorce. The hallmark of my law practice is my personal approach with every client, with no exceptions.
A Family Law Firm Focused on a Truly Personalized Approach
I will take the time to completely understand your needs and goals, and will maintain regular communications with you throughout the duration of your case. You will be fully informed and kept up to date with copies of all pleadings, correspondence and any other communications by regular mail, email or fax. Even though many divorces are eventually resolved by negotiation or mediation, I will always be ready to protect your interests in the courtroom if it is necessary.
I have spent over 30 years litigating cases throughout Florida as a prominent Boca Raton divorce lawyer, and I am extremely comfortable and confident in the courtroom, ready to protect and advance your rights. I maintain offices in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale, and offer free initial consultations. Contact my law firm today.
"Boca Raton Divorce Lawyer Who Handles Every Aspect of Your Case at Every Stage"
I am able to represent you in every aspect of a divorce, including equitable distribution of property, child custody and time sharing, child support, and alimony, which is also now commonly referred to as spousal support. I am able to handle a divorce from any point in the case, from the initial filing through post-judgment modifications and the enforcement of existing orders.
One of the more complex issues in a divorce is when one or both parties own a business or substantial assets. All marital assets are subject to the equitable distribution process. Therefore, there are many potential consequences that must be addressed when a family-owned or closely held company is involved in a divorce. Much of my practice involves advising business owners and other people with substantial assets as to their options in a divorce proceeding.
Contact Alan Robert Burton, Attorney at Law
Call or email my offices to schedule your free initial consultation. Call 954-229-1660 or my cell at 954-295-9222. I maintain flexible office hours to accommodate your schedule and to discuss your family law issues in Palm Beach County, Broward County or anywhere else in South Florida.
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