Family Law

Family Law Attorney Brooksville, FL

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Are you interested in filing for divorce in Brooksville, FL? Are you having a difficult time determining or modifying child support payments? Do you want to establish paternity? Do you want to adopt a child?

If you answered “yes” to any one of these questions, Conageski Law is ready to help achieve your legal goals. I, Attorney Michael Conageski, can sit down with you, evaluate your case, listen to your concerns, and develop an effective and personalized legal strategy to obtain favorable results. Let me help you navigate the complex legal process from start to finish.

Are you considering filing for divorce in Florida? Schedule a consultation with our Brooksville divorce attorney for support and guidance through this time in you life. We are here to help you through this difficult time in your life.

How Our Brooksville Family Lawyers Can Help

Family law consists of legal matters centered around family relationships. These types of cases are often personal and emotionally overwhelming. I am committed to providing my clients with the knowledge necessary to make informed decisions when it comes to complicated and important family law issues. I can help you understand all the potential consequences of your decisions and reach your goals.

Types of family law matters I handle include:

  • Divorce – The legal ending of a marriage is known as divorce. While some divorces end on amicable and respectful terms, some are hotly contested and complicated. I can guide you through the legal process of reaching a favorable agreement while protecting your rights and best interests as your divorce lawyer in Brooksville, FL.
  • Child support – Child support is payments made to care and support a child. A noncustodial parent is legally responsible for providing financial support to the child.
  • Paternity – Establishing paternity is a legal process that entails naming a child’s biological father. While paternity for married couples is established by the father’s name on a child’s birth certificate, a court order needs to establish paternity for single parents.
  • Adoption – Many people experience the joy of creating or making additions to a family unit through adoption. However, there are important legal steps prospective parents must take, such as paperwork, home study, and court approval.

Dedicated Divorce Lawyers in Brooksville

We understand how difficult this decision can be for you. Our goal is to assist you in anyway we can to ensure your safety and security through this process. Our Brooksville divorce lawyers have experienced many divorce cases and know how delicate your situation can be. Every case is different, but every case deserves to be handled with care. You and your family are our top priority and we work closely with you to keep the peace.

If you are considering filing for divorce in Florida, schedule a consultation with the Brooksville lawyer team that is dedicated to your treatment through this process. Without skilled and compassionate legal representation to guide you through the legal process, you could lose your care. I am prepared to protect your rights and fight for your best interests.

Let my firm help you obtain the best possible results and help you start a new chapter in life. Contact us to discuss your case for more information.

Meet Michael Conageski

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    Michael Conageski
    Brooksville Attorney Mr. Conageski is a resident of Hernando County, a place that he has decided to make home and raise his family. He is a graduate of Virginia Tech University and NOVA Southeastern School of Law. During his time in law school, Mike interned with the Public Defender’s Office of Broward County Florida where he worked in felony courtrooms and specialty courts like Drug and Mental Health Court. While still a law school student, Mike started his trial experience as a Florida Supreme ...

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