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Tampa Family Law Attorney

Family legal disputes are delicate and can quickly devolve into finger-pointing and litigation. At Scott L. Robbins, Attorney at Law, we help our clients to avoid painful courtroom confrontations whenever possible. Our focus is on helping our clients to resolve their differences peacefully, and in the best interests of their children.

Our founding attorney, Scott L. Robbins, has more than 30 years of legal practice experience, and is adept at resolving family law matters. He can help you to obtain the results you need, whether through a negotiated settlement or, if that is not possible or beneficial, aggressive representation in court.

Florida Lawyer For Adoptions, Dependency, Child Custody And More

Our Tampa family law attorney can help you reach your goals in these and other circumstances:

  • Adoptions: We facilitate adoptions of children by stepparents, grandparents and relatives with the goal of enriching the lives of everyone involved. We also handle contested adoptions between hostile parties.
  • Dependency: We protect the parental rights of clients who face termination of parental rights to a child due to false or exaggerated allegations of abuse, neglect or endangerment. We also represent the best interests of children in circumstances in which an unfit parent puts a child in danger.
  • Child custody and visitation. We help divorcing, divorced and nonmarried parents in resolving parenting time issues involving their children.
  • Child support. We help parents obtain child support payments that comply with state formulas and accurately reflect parents' financial circumstances.
  • Paternity. We assist parents in establishing legal parenting rights to their children (establishment of paternity), as well as in proving that a purported parent is not a legal parent (disestablishment of paternity).
  • Parenting plans. We assist parents in negotiating or litigating for custody and visitation rights to children within their court-ordered parenting plan. Whether you have been shut out of your child's life, and need to legally enforce your rights to that child, or if you are the primary parent and need to protect your child from an unfit parent, we can help you to establish a structure for future interactions.
  • Relocations. We protect the rights of parents and the best interests of children in situations in which one parent decides to move away to pursue a new job or other opportunity.
  • Domestic violence and restraining orders. We obtain orders for protection to protect clients, and their children, from violence by current spouses, divorced spouses, partners and other parties.
  • Spousal support. We help clients to determine the amount of spousal support they may be due, or be obligated to pay, in the aftermath of a marriage.

Focused On Children And Family Relationships

Unlike some family law firms, which focus mostly on aspects of divorce, Scott L. Robbins, Attorney at Law, focuses on children and family relationships. We focus on protecting the stability of children's lives, by securing fair access for parents through parenting plans, securing adequate financial support for children, or obtaining protections from domestic violence.

Although good legal help is rarely inexpensive, we take pride in helping our clients to achieve satisfying resolutions to their family disputes at a minimal cost. Retain our services and we can discuss you concerns, and help you to determine the course of action that is right for you.

Contact Us To Resolve Your Family Law Issue

To discuss your options with an experienced family law attorney in Tampa, Florida, contact the Scott L. Robbins law firm online or by calling 813-258-2909 or 800-483-0216 toll free. We accept payment by credit card.

Our lawyer speaks Spanish. El abogado habla español.

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Scott L. Robbins, Attorney at Law
607 West Horatio Street
Tampa, FL 33606
Phone: 813-258-2909
Toll free: 800-483-0216
Fax: 813-254-6243
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