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Daytona Beach Divorce Attorney – Board Certified Divorce & Family Law

Daytona Beach Divorce Attorney – Board Certified Divorce & Family Law

We've been helping divorce and family law clients for 40 years.

Our family law attorneys have the experience to effectively represent your legal needs in this area. Senior partner, Paul E. Rice, Jr., is a board certified expert in divorce and family law. Click on any of the links below to learn detailed information about your case and how Florida law affects you and your family.

The Family Law Practice Group has provided representation to thousands of individuals in the central Florida area in a wide variety of matters including divorce proceedings, paternity actions, custody disputes, valuation and distribution of assets involving large businesses, professional practices and investments, modification actions, drafting and challenging pre-nuptial agreements, injunctions for protection and domestic violence. Our Daytona Beach divorce attorneys have the experience and credentials to be your strongest advocate, no matter what the family law matter issue may be. For additional information regarding the credentials of the attorneys in the Marital and Family Law Practice Group, see the Marital and Family Law Practice Group Attorney Profiles.

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The Governor has signed a bill into law which creates a rebuttable presumption that equal time-sharing is in the best interest of the child, CS/HB 1301 - Parenting and Time-Sharing of Minor Children. What does this mean?
Florida legislators have approved significant reforms to Florida’s alimony law and SB 1416 will head to the Governor's desk for signature or veto. If the bill is approved by the Governor, it would have dramatic effects on the future of alimony awards in dissolution of marriage proceedings. However, it would not have retroactive application to previous awards ordered by the courts.