Do you want help?
Are you scared about an impending divorce?
Or have you been served with divorce or family law papers?
Divorce and Family Law is what we do.
Divorce is hard and we have the training and experience to help you.
you are interested in a Fixed Fees Divorce, please look around our site for a roadmap.
We are here to shoulder your burden.
“The Reasonable Divorce”
The Reasonable Divorce is the mindset that every divorce has the ability to be reasonable, it just takes reasonable people and attorneys to accomplish that goal.
William S. Foley is a Tampa Divorce Lawyer and Tampa Family Law Attorney that believes in The Reasonable Divorce.
William S. Foley, P.A. is a Tampa Bay Divorce and Family Law Office serving clients all over the west coast of Florida. The main office is located in downtown Tampa and there are also satellite offices located in downtown St. Petersburg and Wesley Chapel, Florida. Our office is a dedicated team serving your best interests specifically in the areas of Divorce & Family Law.
We pride ourselves by committing our energy to each one of our divorce and family law client’s unique situations and using our experience to settle cases in an efficient and comfortable timeline. In doing so, our office usually minimizes the extra time and fees experienced by general practice firms practicing numerous areas of law, in turn giving you the attention your case deserves.
Make no mistake, our Office is trial tested and if your case needs to go to trial, you will have a Tampa Divorce & Family Law Attorney which will be your rock upon which you can rely.
Let the Attorneys Take the Risk.
We regular hourly retainer divorce and Fixed Fees Divorces.
Call us for more info on a Fixed Fees Divorce in order to know exactly what your fees will be.
Fixed Fees put the risk on us as Divorce Lawyers in Florida. We are willing to take the risk. Call us today for more info.
We handle family law matters and we can help you.
Divorce Lawyer Florida and Family Law Attorney
Call a Tampa Bay Divorce Lawyer now: (813) 272-2345
Call to set up a confidential initial office consultation and ask how to set up a payment plan with the office.
A significant portion of the Fixed Fees divorce and family law practice focuses on post-divorce matters such as modifications of alimony, child support, time-sharing (a.k.a. custody and visitation), and relocation.
Family Law encompasses legal issues relating to divorce, paternity, time-sharing (a.k.a. custody and visitation), child support, alimony, mediation, prenuptial agreements, name changes, support unconnected to dissolution of marriage, injunction proceedings and other family law matters.
William S. Foley is a Tampa divorce and family law attorney who has represented clients all over the west coast of Florida. Even though we are located in Tampa Bay, William S. Foley represents clients in surrounding counties in divorce and family law matters. William S. Foley has represented divorce and family law clients as far east as Seminole County and as far south as Hendry County.
Call a Tampa Divorce Lawyer William S. Foley for cases in the following areas:
We serve Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, Pasco County, Polk County, Hernando County, Manatee County, Sarasota County, Orange County, Seminole County, Palm Beach County, Hardee County, Citrus County, Sumter County, Osceola County, Lake County, Marion County, Charlotte County, Lee County, Brevard County, Volusia County, Alachua County, Levy County, Hendry County, Collier County, Gilchrist County, Dixie County, Putnam County, St Johns County, Duval County, Indian River County, Okeechobee County, Highlands County, Glades County, Martin County, Broward County, Miami-Dade County, and Monroe County, Florida.
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