Family Law Consultation
Whether you need a Divorce, or are dealing with Custody or Child Support issues, Theodore Enfield can confidently assist you.
"You can have my cell number"
I will be accessible when you need answers and assistance. When you retain me to represent you in a family law issue, you will receive personal service from me, not a paralegal or less-experienced associate attorney.
Over 35 Years of Experience
I started practicing family law more than 35 years ago with the goal of helping my clients minimize the potential harm, to their finances and their children, caused by divorce.
Theodore H. Enfield
Miami Divorce Attorney
Divorce Lawyer in Miami, FL
The time to think about how a divorce would affect your life is before you file for divorce, not after. At the Law Offices of of Theodore H. Enfield - P.A., in Miami, FL, we offer a free initial consultation to explain Florida family law in easy-to-understand language. Contact my office to speak with one of the most reputable Miami divorce attorneys.
With more than 35 years of experience in Florida family law, and having helped Miami families deal with family law issues such as divorce and domestic violence, premarital agreements, equitable property settlement, child custody & support, and establishing paternity, I can guide you through all of the issues that are likely to arise. It might be your first divorce, but it’s not mine.
Many people make an emotional decision to file for divorce without understanding all of the consequences it could have on their lives. However, as an experienced divorce attorney, I believe there are some important things to think about before filing for divorce.
What about your finances?
There are certain steps you can take to put your financial house in order before you file for divorce. At the same time, there are certain things you must avoid to stay out of trouble with the family court.
Who is the primary caregiver for the children?
The courts will consider the status quo when ordering temporary or permanent child custody and time sharing. If you do not like the status quo, the time to change it is before you file for divorce.
What about retirement?
Many people are blindsided by the fact that 401(k) plans and pension plans are community property and must be shared with spouses.
When you consider what is at stake — your relationships, your children and your property — it is important to seek a lawyer’s advice before you make any major family decisions. For a free consultation by telephone, call Miami Divorce attorney Theodore Enfield at (305) 933-9592 or (800) 733-5299, or fill out the contact form to get in touch.