Category Archives: Family Law

What You Should Know About a FREE Consultation

What you should know about a FREE consultation.

The Collins Law Group offers a free consultation to evaluate your case. The consultation is your chance to speak with the attorney face to face to explain your situation and the issues involved; discuss the results you want; learn the Court’s procedure you must follow and find out how the attorney can help you. At the end of the consultation the… Continue reading

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Tips for Testifying in Court

Testifying in Court can be a very stressful experience. This is because most people have never been to court before, and don’t know what to expect.  Here are some tips that will make your appearance in court less stressful, and increase the chances of a positive outcome.

 Before You Testify

 1.  Practice.   Meet with your attorney beforehand to go over the questions your attorney… Continue reading

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Are Domestic Violence, Repeat Violence or Dating Violence Injunctions Modifiable?

Sarasota Domestic Violence and Injunction Attorney

Injunctions for Protection from Domestic, Repeat, and Dating Violence are court orders which prohibit a person (called a Respondent) from having contact with another person (called a Petitioner) because of claims of violence or threats of violence. Once a judge has Sarasota Domestic Violence and Injunction Attorneysigned either a temporary or permanent injunction for… Continue reading

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How long will my divorce take?

Sarasota Divorce Atttorneys

This is one of the most frequent questions my new clients ask me. The answer is that it depends on a number of factors, but the average in my experience is six months from start to finish.

Sarasota Divorce AtttorneysAs a general rule, the simpler the divorce, the less time it takes.

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