2375 Tamami Trail North
Naples, FL 34103
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CHARLES P. ERICKSON, ESQ
Attorney Charles Erickson specializes in family law and fully understands the complexities of Florida law in the dissolution of marriage or divorce/separation, child custody, child support, alimony/spousal support, paternity, and domestic violence issues, just to name a few. When it comes to your family and your future, it’s important to trust your case with a professional family law attorney who can promise to focus on you and your family to get the results you deserve. With over 23 years practicing law in the Naples, Florida area; he is 100% committed to obtaining the rights and benefits you deserve and protecting your family along the way.
When it comes to your family, there are many situations that may occur that requires the help of a professional family law attorney such as Charles Erickson. Family law can include some of the most emotional and difficult situations. He is experienced in all family law matters and can provide expert legal representation when you need him the most in your life. He can offer legal advice for estate planning, wills/probate of wills, separation agreements, prenuptial agreements, post-nuptial agreements, divorce, alimony, child support, child custody, adoptions, child support modifications, and much more in Florida.
When it comes to divorce in Collier County, Charles Erickson has years of experience representing clients when they’re establishing important issues related to their divorce. He can help families to successfully begin a new life separately while settling all the legalities associated with the process. Some important issues related to divorce in Naples include child/spousal support, property, and assets division as well as child visitation. With 23 years of experience representing families, he can help families to work together to create solutions for everyday obstacles that divorce creates for them.
When it comes to child custody, it’s important to always focus on the child or children’s best interests during this discussion. Of course, both parents want to earn sole parental responsibility; however, many factors are considered before this is granted in Florida court according to child custody laws. The court wants a child to maintain a close relationship with both parents, but this can be challenging. Some factors that affect child custody issues include:
If you and the child’s other parent are unable to reach a mutually acceptable agreement regarding how responsibilities will be shared, a judge may step in and make those decisions. They will consider which parent is more likely to allow the child to have frequent contact with the other parent, which has the most stable home, which can provide necessary items to the child, the job security of each parent, the bond each parent has with the child, etc.
In terms of a divorce, many individuals will be curious whether or not they will have to pay alimony and the other, how much they will receive. Charles Erickson, a spousal support attorney in Florida, has years of experience representing clients during divorce. He understands this complex process. He can work directly with a couple to get the best possible outcome for their situation so that they can begin their new lives. Spousal support is awarded during divorce proceedings and is paid by one spouse to the other. The receiving spouse has neither the assets or sufficient income in order to support themselves after the dissolution of the marriage. The spousal support awarded will vary according to different factors including the length of the marriage, the standard of living during the marriage, the age, health, and finances of the spouse, their ability to earn a decent living and the ability of the payer to support themselves.
Another family law factor is child support. When two parents decide to end a relationship, whether a breakup or a divorce in Florida, that doesn’t end their responsibility to care and support their child or children. With the help of a Naples, Florida child support attorney such as Charles Erickson; important questions can be answered and addressed so that a reasonable schedule is established. Child support is generally calculated by the number of children, the incomes of both parents and the costs of the child’s basic needs, schooling, and insurance. These factors will determine the amount paid. This amount can change with a child support modification in the future if parenting time changes, incomes change, or other factors.
Charles Erickson, a Florida attorney, is ready and willing to discuss any type of legal case with clients in and around Collier County, Florida. He has 23 years of experience representing clients in a variety of situations including but not limited to: divorce, child support, child custody, property division, and spousal support. He fully understands all the complexities of Florida law and can represent clients with ease in and out of the courtroom. To learn more about his legal services and to schedule a phone consultation, call him at 239-430-1126 today. During this important phone call, he can discuss your case and answer any questions you have about the legal process or about his experience or resources. Call today!
DIVORCE, ALIMONY, CHILD CUSTODY & CHILD SUPPORT ATTORNEY IN COLLIER COUNTY, FL
As a sole practitioner, Mr. Erickson will personally handle all aspects of your case to help you obtain the best possible outcome. With over 23 years practicing law in the Naples, FL area, Mr. Erickson is 100% committed to obtaining the rights and benefits you deserve.
Get Legal Help from a Skilled Family Law Attorney in Naples, FL
Attorney Charles Erickson
specializes in family law and domestic relations and understands the complexities of Florida law in dissolution of marriage (divorce), separation, child custody, child support, alimony, paternity, and domestic violence issues.
When it comes to your family and your future, trust your case with a lawyer who focuses on family law, and who will focus on you.
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