It is important to have a legal team that knows the particulars of family law in Florida. Here, for example, what is called divorce in other states is known as “dissolution of marriage.” Family law also covers Paternity, Child Support, and “Injunctions for Protection” – what is known as restraining orders in other states. At Headley Law, P.A., we have been experts in Florida Family Law since 2011. We pride ourselves in helping our clients maintain stability and take care of their children throughout a difficult time.
If you have been hurt through the negligence of another party, then you may be entitled to damages under Florida’s Personal Injury laws. Headley Law, P.A., helps Florida residents who have been injured in a motor vehicle accident. We will help you negotiate with insurance companies, assist you with resolving the dispute, and if necessary, file suit. We have never represented an insurance company against an injured party, and we never will.
Social Security Disability
If you are disabled, the state and federal government unfortunately set a high bar before you can receive extra income. Gathering the records that prove you have paid into the system and have the asset limitations necessary to qualify for supplemental income is a huge challenge – one that the seasoned lawyers at Headley Law, P.A. are qualified to help you with. Contact us today and learn how we have successfully assisted our other clients in pursuing social security benefits.
Zealous prosecutors often seem to forget that even if you are charged with a crime, you are not automatically guilty. At Headley Law, P.A., we are on your side. We have handled everything from traffic tickets to serious offenses, and we are always here to listen and help.
Writing a will, a living will, or signing over power of attorney (both medical and durable), are all actions that fall under estate planning law in Florida. Planning for end-of-life is a fraught subject, and actions such as medical or durable power of attorney involve surrendering a great deal of personal autonomy. In other words, you will need an experienced lawyer to help make sure that everything happens the way you want it to – that is why you should call Headley Law, P.A.