Learn how we can streamline your divorce process so that it's both convenient and affordable.

Uncontested Divorce

If you and your spouse agree on the issues, learn how we can finalize your uncontested divorce in just a few days.


Both spouses have alimony rights in a divorce case. Learn more about your rights today.

Child Support

Are you paying too much for child support? Not getting enough? We'll help you get the numbers right.

Child Custody

Learn about how we create fair and frequent visitation schedules in divorce and family law cases.


Who keeps what when the divorce is over? Find out how we can help you protect your assets.

Prenuptial Agreements

Think you might need a prenuptial agreement? Then you probably do. We’ll write one that works.

Name Change

Whether as part of your divorce or not, we guide you quickly through the name change process.

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The Foster Firm is a full-service South Florida law office focused on divorce and family law. Call us today for a free consultation about your case. We’ll tell you exactly what to do next to get the best possible outcome in your case.

The only surefire way to succeed in your divorce is to act fast. The faster you take action, the better off you will be.

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Getting the Most Out of Your Consultation

The initial consultation with a divorce attorney can be extremely helpful in setting the tone for a productive working relationship between you and your lawyer going forward. Here is a checklist of items that you should have with you so that you can make the most of your initial consultation.

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How Do I Get Sole/Full Custody in Florida?

Traditionally, sole custody refers to one parent’s exclusive legal and physical rights regarding a child. A parent with sole custody would have the authority to make decisions regarding the child without the other parent’s consent.

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Divorce Checklist

If you’ve read our discussion on divorce in Florida, you know that the process can be both complicated and time-consuming. But there are a number of things that you can do to prepare for a successful outcome to your divorce case and to stay organized along the way.

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What’s in a Name Change?

For more information on how to get a name change in Florida, please read our full discussion on the subject. Meanwhile, here are some things you can do to ensure that your name change application is processed correctly.

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Andrew made what others called a difficult case go very smoothly and stress free on my part.

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If you have any doubts as to whether you need a divorce attorney (you do) and if you have any doubts about hiring Andrew, rest assured you will be in great hands.

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Former Client

I’m hoping that I won’t need future family law legal assistance, but if I did, Andrew would be my first call.

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real answers to your questions

If you and your spouse agree on the dissolution of your marriage, and also agree on how to resolve major issues like alimony, the division of joint property, and timesharing in cases involving young children, you may be able to save time and money on an uncontested divorce.

Ultimately, it’s entirely up to you. That said, we do not recommend proceeding, even in uncontested cases, without an experienced divorce attorney by your side. Florida divorce law is complicated. One mistake can cost you thousands of dollars to correct. And a skilled divorce lawyer can make sure that whatever agreement you and your spouse reach is enforceable so you don’t have to worry about your spouse following through on his or her end.

Every case is unique and the amount of time it takes to complete a divorce depends on how many issues need to be resolved along the way. That said, we are able to finalize most uncontested divorce cases in as little as 30 days.

You do not actually need your spouse to agree to a divorce in Florida. If your marriage is irretrievably broken, and you can prove that at least one spouse has been a Florida resident for the past six months, you are entitled to a divorce whether your spouse wants one or not.

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