LGBT Family Law Rights
As of January 6, 2015, Florida recognizes same-sex marriages. This means that same-sex couples can get married throughout the state and that couples that were legally married in other states and meet the 6-month residency requirement, can now obtain a divorce in the state of Florida.
Our Florida family law firm believes that all families deserve legal representation by attorneys who are versed and experienced in handling the complex legal issues that may arise for same-sex couples.
Our team of Miami Family Lawyers assist LGBT couples will all legal issues they may face, including:
It is important to keep in mind that laws regarding same-sex couples are rapidly changing. The Supreme Court’s decision about the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), for example, has begun to cause changes regarding same-sex marriage. The Court’s opinion made clear that a state has the power to decide how to define a marriage but it did not fully repeal DOMA. Supporters of marriage equality, however, remain optimistic that within the next few same-sex marriage will be legalized in every state.
Contact Our Dade County LGBT Family Law Rights Attorneys
Contact our Miami domestic partnership attorneys at 305-222-7351, toll free at 1-844-VARI-LAW (1-844-827-4529), or e-mail us to schedule an appointment to discuss your Dade County, Broward County, or Monroe County domestic partnership issue. Click hereto learn about your consultation options.
Our Miami domestic partnership lawyers accept family law cases in Miami-Dade County, Broward County and Monroe County. Our Miami family law office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm and weekends and evenings by appointment.
Consultations are available in person at our downtown Miami law office and at several meeting locations throughout Dade and Broward Counties including Lincoln Road in Miami Beach, Galiano Street in Coral Gables, West Country Club Drive in Aventura, Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood and in the Homestead area. Appointments are also available by telephone and via Skype internet video chat.
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