Child Custody Issues in Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando Counties.

Serving Clients who are in need of legal representation in paternity and child custody cases in the Sixth Judicial Circuit of Pasco and Pinellas County  or the 5th Judicial Circuit Court in Hernando County, Florida as well as the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Court in Hillsborough County, Fl.

If you think you need the services of a Pinellas or West Pasco County child custody attorney, Wendy Doyle-Palumbo, Esq., is an attorney you can turn to for help. Disputes over child custody can exact a heavy toll, particularly on the children who are caught in the middle. On the other hand, all parents are legally entitled to participate in the upbringing of their children. As long as the “best interests of the child” are taken into account, both parents have the right – and the obligation – to stay meaningfully involved until the child reaches the age of 18.

Hiring a child custody attorney can be highly advantageous for a number of different reasons, but predominately, an attorney can help ensure that your rights as a parent are protected. When it comes down to negotiating a time-sharing plan with the child’s other parent, having a skilled family law lawyer like Wendy Doyle-Palumbo by your side is essential for achieving the result you want.

Wendy Doyle-Palumbo is a time sharing and child custody lawyer in Hudson, Florida who will aggressively represent your parental rights in New Port Richey, Port Richey, Holiday, Trinity, Florida.  Read more about Florida time sharing statutes or call (727-)824-5727 for a free initial consultation.

Child Support Lawyer – Clearwater/Largo and Pinellas County | New Port Richey, Port Richey and West Pasco, FL

If you need a child custody lawyer in Clearwater, Largo in Pinellas or in West Pasco County areas of New Port Richey, Trinity, Port Richey or Hudson, assistance from one of the Bay Area’s most experienced child custody attorneys is never far away. Wendy has previously held the position as assistant attorney general for the state of Florida, and gained invaluable experience as an attorney with the state’s guardian ad litem program. Other family law matters that she is qualified to handle include:

Child Support Issues in Pinellas, Pasco and Hillsborough counties.

The services of a child support attorney like Attorney Doyle-Palumbo don’t come free. But, if you are embroiled in a fight with your child’s other parent over money, hiring an attorney is one of the few available options. Unlike with alimony, a parent’s legal obligation to pay child support is determined by a formula set out by the Florida Legislature. Factors such as income, daycare or schooling expenses, and “time sharing” all have a significant role to play. Once child support payments have been established, they belong to the child and the child alone – the parents cannot deviate for any reason unless there is a court-ordered modification.

Fortunately, whichever side of a child support dispute you find yourself on hiring an experienced child support attorney is necessary. After working as a paralegal for twelve years, Wendy enrolled in law school and became a practicing attorney. Attorney Doyle-Palumbo established her own personal injury and divorce law firm in 2006 after gaining valuable experience as an Assistant Attorney General for the state of Florida and as an attorney in Florida’s guardian ad litem program. In addition to child support, Wendy accepts cases involving:

Call today to schedule your initial consultation, where the first half hour is free.  Currently I am representing clients who need a child custody lawyer in St. Petersburg/Clearwater in Pinellas County as well as those needing a divorce lawyer in Pasco County, including those who need a child custody or child support lawyers Pasco County in New Port Richey and Hudson, Florida.

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