The practice of family law includes all issues related to marriage, separation, and divorce, including parenting plans, child time-sharing and custody issues, alimony, child support, modification, paternity, and pre-nuptial agreements, including for same-sex couples. All of these situations are emotionally volatile: over the course of 30 years and thousands of clients, Lee Sasser and Nancy Weber’s ability to defuse intense feelings and channel them into mutually satisfactory outcomes for their clients means that they are consistently named one of the top family law firms in Central Florida.
Family Lawyers Must Be Advocates, Advisers, and Communicators
Family lawyers serve as advocates for their clients, representing them publically (and behind closed doors) to ensure their rights are respected. They also take on the role of trusted adviser, weighing in on the legal intricacies of a case and developing a plan that will best represent their clients’ interests. Family law practitioners must also be master communicators, delivering and receiving information from their clients, other lawyers, spouses, and the Court as they navigate toward a peaceful solution.
The attorneys at Sasser & Weber, P.A. understand that the practice of family law requires a delicate balance of sensitivity and strategy. Read more from some of our clients and colleagues: