Family Law Practice Areas
Wendy Norman is a family lawyer who is committed to pursuing your unique interests in a cost-effective manner. Your choice of an attorney to represent your rights and interests could mean the difference between a timely, effective resolution and a costly, drawn-out courtroom battle.
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At Norman Law, there are three factors we always consider on behalf of a client going through a divorce: the present interests of the client, the long term interests of the client, and the best interests of the children.
Your divorce settlement or judgment may need to be revised. Alimony, child support, time-sharing, parenting plans may be out-of-date or unreasonable.
Child support is not optional. Florida law requires both parents to financially support their children if they have parental rights. Contact us today for more information.
Determining a fair parenting plan that is in the best interest of the child can be difficult, especially when the parents disagree. Contact us today for more information.
When money becomes a factor in divorce proceedings, a peaceful divorce can become a battle. Jacksonville alimony attorney Wendy Norman is prepared to help you through this process, whether you are paying or receiving alimony, and will make sure that your rights are protected.
A divorce is often a difficult process because it can affect so many areas of your life. Not only are there many emotions involved, but you must also face the various legal matters and the process of dividing up marital property, resolving financial issues, and making decisions about your children.
Establishing legal paternity is a key part of child custody and child support agreements. Whoever is determined to be the legal father will have all the rights and responsibilities of a father. Some of these rights and responsibilities include requirement to pay child support, coordinating with the child’s mother in a joint custody agreement, sole custody, visitation agreements and more.
If either parent is considering a relocation, it is very important to consult with a Jacksonville divorce attorney that has experience with relocation cases to ensure that the correct procedures are followed.