Frequently Asked Questions

What happens during an initial consultation?

The initial consultation is an opportunity to meet with Rachel to discuss your rights under Florida law, learn about the legal process, and to address any questions you may have. Rachel will provide a detailed overview with resource information specific to your family law matter.

How long will my case take?

The average family law case takes 6 to 18 months, but there is no set time frame. While some cases proceed very quickly, factors such as case complexity, acrimony between the parties, and difficult negotiations can easily extend litigation. Every case is unique.

How much will my case cost?

It depends. Legal matters can be expensive—particularly cases involving complex assets or highly-contested custody battles. The more you and your spouse agree upon, the less money you pay to attorneys to resolve these disputes. Rachel will always be frank about the projected costs of your case, how those costs may increase depending on a variety of factors, and how you may be able to lower those costs.

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