Wilson Family Law Services
Serving all of Brevard County including: Satellite Beach, Melbourne Beach, Indian Harbour Beach, Indialantic, Melbourne, Viera and Rockledge.
Wilson Family Law is a firm specializing in family law in the Brevard County Area. Through Traditional Litigation, Mediation, and Collaborative Practice, we are skilled and experienced in every method for resolving legal family disputes. Whether you are facing such an issue for the first time, or modifying an existing Court Order, our goal is to assist you in resolving your legal issues with the best outcome and the least harm to you and your family, quickly and efficiently, and for a reasonable fee.
Wilson Family Law Areas of Practice
- Parenting Plans and Timesharing
- Child Support
- Equitable Distribution of assets and debts
- Step-Parent Adoption
- Grandparent / Relative / Third-Party Custody
- Modifications of previous Court Orders
- Contempt and Enforcement matters
How much does it cost to resolve a family law matter?
No one should have to spend their children’s college fund or their life savings on a divorce. We have modest retainers that are based on the complexity and difficulty of your case. We also accept cash, check, and major credit cards. We will always look for the most cost-effective way to help you achieve your goals. Sometimes going to Court is necessary, but it also tends to be the most expensive way to resolve a legal issue. Our experience and training in negotiation and mediation, can help to resolve your case early, and often far less expensively than having a trial.
How long does it take for a family law matter to be resolved?
In Brevard County it can take two years from the time you file for divorce until you have your final trial to resolve your case. The financial and emotional cost of spending two or more years in conflict is high, and life is too short to spend your valuable time stuck in the legal system. Focused time and effort at the beginning of your case can help resolve it more quickly, before things get out of hand. Alternatives to litigation such as mediation and Collaborative Practice can help to resolve your case in months, rather than in years.