DAYTONA BEACH FAMILY LAW ATTORNEYS
Serving Local Families in Central Florida
Our firm has handled thousands of cases in Central Florida. From family law mediations to high-stakes litigation, we have been retained by countless families throughout Florida. With more than 40 years of combined legal experience, each member of our firm is ready to help your family secure a favorable outcome in your particular case.
We handle all types of family law matters, such as:
- Uncontested and contested divorce
Child issues, including child custody / time sharing and child support
Spousal support and / or spousal maintenance (also known as alimony)
Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements
Property and debt division
Asset protection during a divorce
Compassionate & Aggressive Representation
At The Law Offices of Ross & Glover, we strive to provide the highest quality of legal representation for all of our clients. We understand how stressful and difficult it can be to work out family-related issues that can greatly impact your happiness and future.
This is why we carefully listen to the needs of our clients so that we can create a personalized case strategy that suits their needs. With a Florida Board Certified Family Law Mediator and one of the state’s Board Certified Specialists in Marital and Family Law on your side, you can be sure that your family law case will be in good hands.
Contact The Law Offices of Ross & Glover Today
We are here to protect your assets and rights during the entirety of your family law case. Our firm knows what it takes to create and try a successful case. With so much at stake, the last thing you need is a lawyer who simply “wings it.” Should you choose to retain the legal services of a Central Florida family attorney from our firm, you can expect that we will map out a full strategy for your case, which we will follow from the beginning to the end of your case.
Have questions about how our firm can help you and your family get through this difficult time? Contact our firm today. We would love to meet you in person during a case evaluation and discuss the details of your situation.