During this difficult time, it is challenging to predict the future. If you are contemplating divorce or are struggling with a coparenting relationship with the other parent, Bruce Childers is currently offering online family law consultations. These consultations are completed virtually so you do not have to leave the comfort or safety of your home. He can discuss your legal rights and options during your online family law consultation.
Experienced Family Law Attorney Addresses Your Concerns
The current pandemic has caused a lot of disruption and confusion as parents struggle to retain some semblance of normalcy while also advocating for their children. Parents may be concerned about their children being exposed to the virus in the other household or because the other parent is or lives with a high-risk individual. Additionally, many individuals are suffering from financial distress caused by a recent layoff or reduction in hours, making it difficult to meet their court-ordered financial obligations.
Bruce Childers provides comprehensive family legal services and has helped clients over the last 30 years in cases involving:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Domestic violence
- Modification of court orders
- Prenuptial agreements
- Title IV-D
Available to Address COVID-19 Concerns
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted many people’s lives in a variety of ways, including:
- Parents who are healthcare workers may be working more hours
- Parties may have recently been laid off or moved to part-time hours
- Parents are expected to essentially homeschool their children
- Parents are ordered not to leave their homes
- Children may be exposed to a deadly virus simply by completing their regular routine
- Parents may be restricting visitation
Bruce Childers is available to discuss your family law concerns during a confidential online family law consultation.
How Online Consultations Can Help
During an online consultation, you will meet with a family legal lawyer through a virtual platform. You get the benefit of tapping into an experienced family lawyer’s knowledge of Florida law while not leaving the comfort of your home. During this consultation, Bruce Childers can:
- Gather information about your family and case
- Discuss your legal rights
- Discuss your legal options, possibly including filing for an emergency order or a modification of a court order
- Allay your fears if you have been given inaccurate information
- Provide you with advice to prevent you from facing contempt of court charges or other serious repercussions
- Determine whether a legal filing is necessary or if negotiation can yield a better result
- Give you a sense of what working with him will be like
Participating in an online consultation offers you convenience and greater safety during this scary time. At the same time, you will still be able to receive the sound legal advice you would if you attended an in-person consultation.
Contact Bruce Childers
During this difficult time, the last thing that you need is to worry about your health and safety. In an effort to keep you safe, Bruce Childers is offering online family law consultations to discuss your legal rights and options in the comfort of your own home. Contact us today to schedule your virtual consultation.
How do online family law consultations work?
Online family law consultations deliver all of the benefits of an in-person consultation while using technology to make the connection in a virtual, rather than physical setting. During the consultation, Bruce will get to you know you and ask you questions about the legal issue you are having. He will help identify the legal issues and discuss your rights and options to resolve them.
What do I need for my consultation?
You will need to have internet access and a good connection. If you have already gone to court and have an existing court order, you should provide it to Bruce before your family law consultation. You can also provide him with other documents relevant to your case, such as a list of your separate and marital property if you are considering divorce or records related to your child if there is a custody issue.