We Help You Protect Your Rights.
Every relationship has a unique approach to dealing with family disputes. We know it’s hard when you face the end of a relationship or face a family dispute involving your children. At Marrero, Chamizo, Marcer Law, LP, we offer experienced representation for complicated relationships and family disputes. Our family lawyers offer over 30 years of legal experience to help you protect your rights. We put our knowledge and skill to work for your own unique circumstances. As your family lawyers, we will help with every aspect of your situation to help you realize a fair outcome.
Trusted Representation in Family Law Disputes
When you face a separation or family law dispute, it’s normal to have concerns that may affect your children, assets, and more. It’s important that you finalize every aspect of your relationship or family dispute to move on with your life. Because you don’t want to leave yourself exposed to any that can affect you in the future. The following are some of the types of family law cases we may help you with:
- Divorce or Asset & Property Division: Our Family Lawyer Miami attorneys help clients before, during, and after any divorce or separation in Miami.
- Child Custody: We help clients with child custody, time-sharing, child visitation, child relocation, paternity determination, father’s rights, guardianship, and termination of parental rights.
- Child Support: Whether you are a woman or man, the paying parent or the one to receive child support for your children, you need our Family Lawyer at your side to protect your rights.
Contact Our Family Lawyers Today!
Don’t make a mistake by thinking that you can handle the important factors of your situation without experienced legal representation at your side. Most separation or family disputes are heated with heavy emotions that make it difficult for you to finalize a favorable agreement without an experienced professional to help you. It requires their experienced legal knowledge to know how to protect your interest and when to assert your rights.