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Daytona Beach Divorce Attorneys and Family Law

Client Satisfaction is Our Priority

A Priority Since 1983

Our board certified attorneys understand that clients want prompt, courteous and fairly priced service, but not at the expense of quality. Through skill and effort our attorneys have established a reputation for delivering this type of service. Regardless of the size of the matter, our firm takes each legal case seriously.

About Family Law

The Family Law Practice Group has provided representation to thousands of individuals in Central Florida in a wide variety of family law matters. Click on a topic below to learn more.

About Wills, Trusts & Probate

There is no rule that says probate must be difficult, that estate planning has to be uncomfortable, or that an attorney cannot utilize “plain English” to communicate with a family during a difficult time. Click on a topic below to learn more.

Meet Our Attorneys

Paul E. Rice, Jr.

Managing Partner

Board Certified
Marital & Family Law
Collaborative Divorce

Philip J. Bonamo

Partner

Family Law Expert
Marital & Family Law

Board Certified
Criminal Defense
Collaborative Divorce

Matthew Shapiro

Partner

Wills, Trusts & Probate
Condo & HOA
Civil and Property Litigation

MaryCatherine Crock

Attorney

Family Law
Paternity
Injunctions

Serena Baldacchino

Attorney

Family Law
Paternity
Injunctions

Jena Conley

Attorney

Civil and Property Litigation
Landlord/Tenant

Rice Law Firm Is Ready To Help You

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Main Office

222 Seabreeze Blvd
Daytona Beach, FL 32118
Phone: 386-310-2914

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News And Updates

Partner, Philip Bonamo, was voted by his board colleagues at the May 10, 2024, meeting in Key West, Florida to be a member of The Florida Bar Board of Governor’s Executive Committee for the 2024-2025 Florida Bar Year.

The Latest Blogs

As an attorney practicing probate administration in Daytona Beach, Florida, I often encounter clients who move here from other parts of the country, leaving behind property in different states. This scenario frequently necessitates ancillary administration, a crucial process for efficiently handling an out-of-state decedent's assets. Here's a comprehensive guide to understanding ancillary administration and its significance in probate, along with how establishing a trust can streamline this process.