Personalized Guidance For Divorce Solutions
Even if it’s what you want, divorce can be difficult and disorienting. With sound guidance and solid support, however, you can take hold of the knowledge and tools that you need to move forward – including a clear-cut legal pathway.
I am attorney Mark E. Sawicki, and I am available to provide the personalized counsel that you need along with skilled guidance through each legal phase of your prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, divorce, modification of custody, or adoption.
Elements Of Divorce And The Way Forward
My clients rely on my help to handle areas of their contested or uncontested divorces such as:
- Property division and alimony or spousal support
- Child-related matters, including custody, visitation, relocation, and financial support
- Evaluation and application of existing prenuptial or postnuptial agreements
In addition to assisting my clients with these issues, I advise them on ways to protect their interests in areas of life that may have an impact on their divorce outcome.
For example, I alert them about ways to prevent accusations of domestic violence, avoid risk-taking via social media such as publicly bashing their spouse, as well as precautions to take online if, as newly separated or divorced individuals, they begin taking their children on outings as solo parents and/or dating again.
The Help You Need Is Here – Fort Lauderdale And Palm Beach Gardens Locations
I know you want to fully understand what your rights and options are as you approach your Florida divorce or any family law case. I am here to ensure that you have all the information and insight you need. Call 954-928-9331 to arrange a consultation.
You can also reach me via my website contact form. If possible, include a line or two on the form about what you want to find out so that I can be ready to answer questions pertaining to your unique situation. From my law offices in Palm Beach Gardens and Fort Lauderdale, I assist divorce and family law clients throughout the entire area of Broward, Palm Beach, and Brevard counties, including the West Palm Beach communities.