Pembroke Pines is located in southern Broward County, FL. The city is 22 miles north of Miami. As of 2019, it had a projected population of over 173,000. The city is very close to the Florida Everglades offering great scenic views and a great place to spend the day. The city was first incorporated in January of 1960 and the name can be traced back to Sir Edward Reed, who was a member of Britain’s Parliament, and represented the county of Pembroke. The average high temperature in Pembroke Pines is 83 degrees Fahrenheit and averages over 66 inches of rain per year.
Pembroke Pines Child Custody & Visitation Attorney
A Florida Lawyer Working to Protect the Interests of Your Child or Children
Over 30 Years of Experience Skillfully Handling Time Sharing and Parenting Plan Cases
When establishing a time sharing and parenting plan, it is essential to consider how legal proceedings can affect your child or children’s well-being. At the Law Offices of John Elias, located in both Miami Lakes and Pembroke Pines, I have over 30 Years of experience devoted entirely to family law and will take special care to protect your child or children’s best interests.
I will provide you with an honest and straightforward assessment of your case and inform you of what to expect during legal proceedings. Please contact me at 305-558-4933 or 954-270-6532 to receive effective and compassionate family law representation.
Establishing Parenting Plans That Work Within Your Busy Schedule
In Florida, there is a time-sharing parenting plan in which both parents have equal access to their child or children. While this option allows both parents the opportunity to play a large roll in their child or children’s lives, developing an effective parenting plan is challenging.
I will take the time to understand your goals and negotiate a parenting plan that reflects those goals. By drafting a document which the demands of your busy schedule into account, I can works towards an agreement that maximizes your time with your child or children.
Modification to Existing Child Custody and Visitation Orders
Family courts understand that over time circumstances can change. If the other parent of your child or children has suffered a job loss or been involved in criminal activity, that affects his or her ability to pay for or properly care for your child or children and they can seek a modification to existing child custody arrangements and/or child support payments.
I can also represent you in adjusting your parenting plan because of a change in your work schedule. Please contact me to receive an honest assessment of your case from a knowledgeable family law attorney.
Spanish and Arabic language services are available.