Our Comprehensive Family Law Services

The Orlando, Florida, Law Office of Amy L. Beauchaine handles all family law matters. We represent men and women throughout Central Florida, including Orange County, Seminole County, Lake County, Volusia County and Osceola County. Our family law services include:

  • Divorce or dissolution: We handle every aspect of your divorce, including division of marital and non-marital property, child custody, child support and alimony.
  • Divorce involving businesses or high-value assets: At our firm, we represent clients with high-value assets and professionals with business interests with complex divorce issues, such as property division and business valuation.
  • Collaborative divorce: Collaborative law is an approach to settling divorce related issues without going to court. The parties work collaboratively with their respective attorneys and other professionals, such as financial or mental health experts, to reach a mutual agreement. We can guide you through this process and protect your interests throughout your collaborative divorce.
  • Mediation: In Central Florida, mediation is required before you can schedule a hearing in any family law case. Orange County family law lawyer Amy L. Beauchaine can represent you in mediation involving any type of family matter, including divorce, custody, alimony or property division.
  • Alimony or spousal support: We assist clients with alimony and spousal support issues, including advising clients on the new trends and changes to the Florida alimony laws.
  • Child custody and visitation: We aggressively protect the parental rights of both mothers and fathers. We handle custody motions in divorce, post-divorce, paternity and juvenile dependency hearings. If you are in a custody dispute with your current or former spouse, a grandparent, a third party or the government, we can help. We also assist clients in child visitation and time-sharing disputes.
  • Establishing or contesting paternity: Our firm helps parents establish the correct paternity of a child to ensure that the proper custody and support orders are entered.
  • Child support: We have significant experience in performing child support calculations under the Florida child support guidelines. We represent clients in divorce, post-divorce and paternity proceedings in which establishment or modification of child support is at issue.
  • Advocating for fathers' rights: In Florida, there has been a shift toward equal custody and parental rights for the mother and father. At our firm, we are dedicated to protecting the rights of fathers and ensuring that they receive the time and relationship they need with their children.
  • Juvenile dependency hearings: As a former senior attorney at the Department of Children and Families, attorney Amy L. Beauchaine has been involved in hundreds of child welfare cases in Juvenile Dependency Court. If the government is trying to take your children from you, or if you are trying to re-establish custody of your children, we can help.
  • Domestic abuse: No person should have to stay in an abusive relationships. If you are the victim of domestic abuse and need a lawyer to help file for an injunction for protection against domestic violence, , or if you need a lawyer to protect your children from a violent parent,, our office is pleased to offer our assistance. We also represent with equal diligence clients who have had an injunction entered against them. If you are in this position, we can represent you at an injunction hearing and seek to have the injunction dismissed or modified.
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements: We draft and review prenuptial and postnuptial agreements on behalf of our clients.
  • Grandparents' rights: Our firm advocates for the rights of grandparents who wish to be involved in the lives of their grandchildren.
  • Relocation requests: If a parent wishes to relocate to another area or state, it is important that the proper legal steps be taken to ensure that the other parent can remain active in the child's life. We can help seek the modification of custody orders to incorporate the relocation of a parent.
  • Shared parenting plans: In Florida, parents who are divorcing or have never been married must now create a parenting plan. This plan details aspects of their children's lives to create continuity, set out time-sharing arrangements and specifics regarding school, extracurricular activities, day care and decision-making.
  • Child support and custody modifications: When a parent has a substantial change in circumstances, such as the loss of a job, he or she can go to court to have their child support or child custody agreements modified. It is important to go through the courts to make the modification legal instead of just deciding on your own to make a change to the arrangement.

Contact Our Lawyer for Your Divorce

If you are considering divorce in Kissimmee, Orlando or the surrounding area, call 407-636-2985 to speak with Amy L. Beauchaine or to schedule a consultation at our office. You may also contact us online.