Posted on May 25, 2017
A divorce may involve complex financial questions like business valuations or imputing income for a self-employed or unemployed spouse. Emotional conflict over parenting issues can also make the case exceedingly complex. We help you define what it means to "win" your case and develop a strategy that meets your goals.
As one of the few Board Certified Family Law experts in Pinellas County, our firm has extensive experience dealing with high asset divorces. We assist in identifying and valuing complex assets. We also understand the need to retain a business or ownership interest undivided as part of the equitable distribution.
Divorce decrees regarding alimony, child support or parenting and timesharing are court orders that can only be changed by going back to court and proving that a modification is justified according to legal principles. The other party may oppose the modification, and litigation may be required.
Gary E. Williams is a certified family law mediator as well as a board certified specialist in family law. We work with you and your spouse to create lasting agreements that work for the whole family. If agreement can't be reached, we provide strong, effective representation to protect your rights and your children's best interests.