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Family Law

No matter what people might like to believe, there’s no such thing as a “good divorce.”

 
It’s always hard to end a marriage, even when the divorce is mutually agreed to. It’s even harder when there’s a lot of money or property at stake, and especially hard when young children are involved.


What a good family law attorney does for their client is to save time, money and emotional stress by working through the issues with you to protect your interest, and achieve the best possible outcomes for you and your family.


But the objective is the same for all other family law issues, from prenuptial agreements to paternity cases and adoptions. We believe the key to achieving that objective in every case, regardless of the issue, is compassion and personalized attention, coupled with experience in the courtroom.


Linda Capobianco leads our family law practice section. As a partner in Stone & Capobianco, she’s handled hundreds of family law cases -- and she’s licensed to practice in New York, North Carolina and Florida.


You can count on us to represent you effectively and energetically in any of the follow matters:


Child Custody/Time-sharing
Child Support
Contempt & Enforcement
Divorce
Domestic Violence
Modification
Parental Responsibility
Paternity
Postnuptial Agreements
Prenuptial Agreements
Relocation
Step-Parent Adoption


We pursue Justice. For You.

Paternity

Whether you are a father looking to take an active role in your child’s life or a mother seeking help with child support proceedings, selecting an attorney who has experience with paternity issues is an important part of the process. At Stone and Capobianco, we have the experience you need to be successful in cases relating to paternity. The issue of paternity can lead to difficult situations for the parents and children involved.

 
There are many different circumstances in which paternity issues can arise. Sometimes a father refuses to acknowledge paternity or to pay child support. A mother may challenge the paternity in question and refuse contact with the father. There are also times when an enforcement order is necessary to make sure a child is receiving the necessary financial support. We understand how these factors can affect the areas of child support and child custody.


There are many steps involved in establishing or disestablishing paternity and the attorneys at Stone and Capobianco have experience in making the process more efficient and consistent.


If you are involved in a paternity case, contact the lawyers at Stone and Capobianco to schedule a consultation to discuss your legal needs and how we may be able to help. Our office accepts all major credit cards.


The attorneys at Stone & Capobianco, specialize in all types of Family law including Divorce, Paternity, Custody Issues and Child Support. If you have any questions, please contact our firm today to schedule a consultation. Call 772-781-4357 today or fill out our client form here.

What We Do: Family Law

 “Strictly speaking, one cannot legislate love, but what one can do is legislate fairness and justice.” 
(Maya Angelou)

No matter what people might like to believe, there’s no such thing as a “good divorce.” 

It’s always hard to end a marriage, even when the divorce is mutually agreed to. It’s even harder when there’s a lot of money or property at stake, and especially hard when young children are involved.

What a good family law attorney does for their client is to save time, money and emotional stress by working through the issues with you to protect your interest, and achieve the best possible outcomes for you and your family.

But the objective is the same for all other family law issues, from prenuptial agreements to paternity cases and adoptions. We believe the key to achieving that objective in every case, regardless of the issue, is compassion and personalized attention, coupled with experience in the courtroom.

Linda Capobianco leads our family law practice section. As a partner in Stone & Capobianco, she’s handled more than a 1000 family law cases -- and she’s licensed to practice in New York, North Carolina and Florida. 

You can count on us to represent you effectively and energetically in any of the follow matters:

-Adoption
-Annulment
-Child Custody
-Child Support
-Divorce (Contested, Collaborative, Uncontested)
-Grandparents’ Rights
-Postnuptial Agreements
-Prenuptial Agreements
-Step-Parent Adoption

We pursue Justice. For You.

 

Divorce Attorney

Half of all marriages end in divorce. As a result, most people have been a part of or witnessed the devastation that can occur due to divorce. It can be stressful and emotionally exhausting. The legal process surrounding divorce can be challenging and frankly, a little frightening; however, the attorneys at Stone and Capobianco will help guide you through this journey. Everyone can benefit from getting the right advice at the right time. Even in the simplest situations, hidden complications can arise and you need to be ready for that. Divorces come in all shapes and sizes. Some are much more complex than others. If your marriage involves significant assets or property disputes, you need an experienced attorney to help you through the process.

 
Hiring the lawyers at Stone and Capobianco can help achieve the best possible outcome, financially and otherwise.


If you are considering or involved in a divorce, contact Stone and Capobianco to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your legal needs and how we may be able to help. Our office accepts all major credit cards.


The attorneys at Stone & Capobianco, specialize in all types of Family law including Divorce, Paternity, Custody Issues and Child Support. If you have any questions, please contact our firm today. Call 772-781-4357 today or fill out our client form here.

Six Secrets to a Successful Divorce

  1. Start putting money away for your legal services.
  2. inventory all of your marital & non-marital Papers.
  3. Open a new checking & savings account.
  4. Establish a new mailing address.
  5. Change benefits on life insurance.
  6. Change your Will, Power of Attorney & Medical directives.