For difficult circumstances and different legal issues, our team of lawyers have unparalleled experience in navigating our clients though this emotional process.
Parenting plans are challenging and a difficult aspect of a divorce case. The parents must work through who the children will live with and it can be a frustrating and demanding process.
Complex Asset Distribution
Beaulieu Law Group has extensive experience handling the tough, complex cases in a knowledgeable and professional manner for clients throughout South Florida.
If you are contemplating or beginning a divorce and believe that you may be entitled to or responsible for alimony payments then you need an experienced attorney at your side.
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Peer Review Rated
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Beaulieu Law Group, PA, is a well known, well respected team of marital and family law attorneys dedicated to providing God-honoring, high quality legal services. We provide the best quality legal services and personalized attention to each and every one of our clients. We believe that our clients deserve no less.
Beaulieu Law Group, PA is committed to protecting their client’s rights and serving their children’s best interests. Beaulieu Law Group has extensive experience handling all levels of marital and family law cases from the amicable to the difficult and complex. They strive to do so in a professional and highly compassionate manner. Professional, knowledgeable and personal service at a level seldom found in the legal profession today is found everyday at Beaulieu Law Group, PA. We make a practice of it.
Beaulieu Law Group, PA. is one of the preeminent domestic relations firms in South Florida. The firm has developed an excellent reputation in all areas of marital and family law, including but not limited to, divorce, child custody, paternity and pre/post nuptial agreements. Our goal is to provide attentive, dependable and honorable counsel and representation to the South Florida.
The attorneys and case managers at Beaulieu Law Group, PA. have an indepth understanding of all aspects of family and matrimonial law including divorce, child custody, child support, visitation, relocation, alimony, trial litigation, pretrial litigation, mediation, custody and Guardian Ad Litem evaluations, prelitigation planning, complex asset distribution, premarriage and post-divorce issues, and all other domestic law concerns. The attorneys at the firm have extensive experience and training in contested hearings and trials and are driven and determined to achieve positive results for their clients.
The attorneys and staff charge hourly rates which vary by individual. A retainer is required prior to commencement of all cases. The retainer amounts vary depending upon the type of case and the lead attorney handling your case.
An Informed Assessment of Your Case
No two cases are alike and, accordingly no two fees will be the same. Since the amount of time involved can never be predicted with scientific precision, we will do our best, after an initial consultation, to approximate how long the case could take and how much it might ultimately cost. Of course, there may be variables which cannot be anticipated, but we will give an honest effort to try to help you determine and anticipate the costs involved.
Billing Against Retainer
Before we begin representation, we require an initial retainer and a signed fee contract. The initial retainer depends on the case. We then bill our time against that retainer, and, if and when the retainer is close to being depleted, we may require an additional retainer if it appears the case will continue to be litigated. Of course, where it is appropriate, we will seek to have the other party reimburse you for your attorney’s fees.