Practice Areas

Family Lawyer Practice areas


Ending a marriage is never an easy process and the prospect of a divorce typically brings clients to our office with a wide range of emotions.

Collaborative Divorce

Thanks to Florida’s collaborative divorce procedure, couples that wish to end their marriage in an amicable way now have the option of utilizing collaborative divorce.

Pre/Postnuptial Agreements

At Hughes Law Group we offer advice on the drafting, enforceability, and interpretation of both prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a sad occurrence that happens in many households in Florida and across the United States.

Parenting - Formally Custody

When going through a divorce or paternity action in Florida, your children are your most important assets, and it is extremely important that they are protected to the fullest extent.


With our firm’s experience and knowledge with horses, we understand the unique issues that are involved with horse ownership in a divorce.

Child Support

For those who are getting divorced and have children, or have a child with another parent, child support is a very important issue that needs to be properly calculated and planned out.

Equitable Distribution

In a divorce, the assets and debt of the parties, need to be divided up.


Today, more than ever, we live in a society where location change is quite frequent.


Divorce is notorious for being costly and time consuming and typically turns into an emotionally draining process.


It is important for unmarried couples who have children to legally establish paternity, parenting, and child support.

Jurisdictional Issues

Do you have questions regarding a state’s jurisdiction over your divorce or your time-sharing case?


Alimony is a Florida law that allows a wife or a husband to continue to be supported by the other spouse temporarily during the divorce and after a divorce is finalized.

Modification of Alimony

In the state of Florida, certain types of alimony are subject to modification.

Modification of Child Support

Both spouses should be responsible for the ever-changing financial needs their children have as they get older.

Enforcement & Contempt

When one of the parties does not comply with a child parenting time, child support, alimony order, the Florida legal system considers that party to be in contempt of court.

LGBTQ Divorce

Hughes Law Group recognizes the unique challenges that same-sex couples face and we are here to represent your family.

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When you are facing a family law issue, you need a dedicated advocate who truly cares about your needs and is experienced in handling them properly. Contact Hughes Law Group today. We will take the time to listen to your story and strategize towards resolving your family law issues together. Make the right move. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you!

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