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Naples Family Law Issues

Serving South Florida for Over 20 Years

Naples FL familyAt Long, Murphy & Shemkus, P.A., we have represented prominent individuals and families in the South Florida area for more than 20 years. Whether you are engaged, separated, divorced, cohabiting, or are a single parent, our legal professionals are prepared to assist you.

When a couple decides to end their relationship, a number of legal factors can come into play. You may need child support, have mutual business interests, high-value assets, or marital assets and debt. A divorce or separation can quickly become complicated and stressful. When you work with our firm, we will be by your side from our initial meeting until your divorce is finalized and at any time after, should you require a post-judgment modification or advice in the months or years that follow.

To find out more about our family law services and how we can help you, call

(239) 232-2208.

Broadly Experienced & Highly Regarded

Our lawyers have a complete understanding of how to competently handle complex and contentious family law issues, using our over 100 years of combined experience to deliver real results. Because we exclusively focus on family law, we have been able to hone our skills in this specific field. Additionally, attorneys Ed Murphy and Jack Long are board certified in marital and family law by The Florida Bar Association, a testament to their skill and knowledge.

Some of the specific areas of family law we handle include:

Local Family Law Support in Naples, FL

At Long, Murphy & Shemkus, P.A., we understand families' unique challenges in Naples and the broader South Florida region. Our deep roots in the community allow us to provide personalized legal support that addresses the specific needs of our clients. Whether you're navigating a divorce, child custody dispute, or property division, our team is here to guide you through every step.

Naples residents often face complex family law issues that require a nuanced understanding of local regulations and resources. For instance, working with the Collier County Clerk of Courts can be critical in managing legal documentation and court proceedings. The Collier County Family Court also offers resources and support for families undergoing transitions, ensuring your case is handled with the utmost care and attention.

One of the common pain points for families in Naples is the high cost of living, which can complicate matters such as spousal support and child support. Our attorneys are well-versed in addressing these financial concerns, helping you secure a fair and equitable resolution. We also understand the importance of maintaining stability for your children, and we work diligently to create parenting plans that prioritize their well-being.

Living in a coastal city like Naples also means dealing with unique property division issues, such as the valuation of waterfront properties and vacation homes. Our team has extensive experience handling these high-value assets, protecting your interests.

By choosing Long, Murphy & Shemkus, P.A., you're partnering with a firm that truly understands the Naples community. We are committed to providing compassionate and effective legal support, helping you navigate the complexities of family law with confidence and peace of mind.

The Importance of Skilled Family Law Counsel

As our client, you can expect to receive gold-standard representation throughout every area in which we practice. Our experienced attorneys know what is at stake and will spare no effort in protecting your assets, your children, and your interests.

Contact our firm today at (239) 232-2208 and put our powerful attorneys on your side.

Commonly Asked Questions

What is considered in a high-value divorce?

In a high-value divorce, assets such as real estate, businesses, investments, and retirement accounts are typically subject to division. Additionally, income levels and lifestyle maintenance can be significant factors.

How is child custody determined in Naples, FL?

Child custody decisions in Naples, FL are made based on the best interests of the child, taking into account factors such as parental ability to provide a stable environment, the child's relationship with each parent, and any history of abuse or neglect.

Our Clients Say It Best

  • “He is more than just an attorney, he is a blessing! ”

    Former Client

  • “Above and beyond my expectations”

    Grisel

  • “I would highly recommend this attorney.”

    Russell

  • “I am very satisfied with the outcome of my case and it is because I had a great attorney representing me.”

    Former Client

  • “I have felt very lucky and thankful to have had his representation throughout the most stressful times of my life.”

    Belinda

  • “He conducted himself very professionally and helped us achieve a quick, diplomatic resolution to our situation even when it was uncertain that all parties would cooperate.”

    Former Client

  • “She gave me the courage to get through my divorce by educating me and encouraging me to create a new life.”

    Former Client