The Law Offices of Jodie Bassichis, P.A. litigates all Family Law matters, including Dissolution of Marriage, Paternity Litigation, Enforcement Actions, Domestic Violence, Modifications, Enforcements, Spousal Support and Child Support.
We provide comprehensive legal counsel for all Florida Family Law and matrimonial law matters.
Represent parents throughout the litigation process on all topics, including child custody, child time sharing issues, change of residence, and all other issues to act in the best interests of minor children.
We provide services in all child support proceedings which are consistent with the ever evolving Florida Statutes, including but not limited to establishment of child support, modification of child support, establishment and collection of retroactive support along with all contempt/enforcement issues.
We provide a complete line of legal services to those who wish to file for a Dissolution of Marriage, have been served with a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage, wish to modify a Final Judgment and any other Family related matters.
We understand both the pain and fear that a victim/party can experience, as well as the frustrations of those who have been wrongfully accused of committing acts of domestic violence. We will aggressively and diligently protect your rights regarding all Domestic Violence Matters.
Our office represents clients with an endless amount of matters which may arise after a Final Judgment or any other Orders have been entered in Family Law Matters, whether temporary or Final, including but not limited to Dissolution of Marriage and Paternity Actions. We aggressively represent parties who need to seek a modification or to defend against a modification, along with all representation on all enforcement matters, for both requesting and defending against enforcement.
Paternity law involves the legal recognition of a child's biological, natural and/or legal father. There are numerous ways to establish Paternity to either claim your rights as a parent and or establish another’s obligations.