Tampa, FL Divorce & Family Lawyers
Quinn & Lynch, P.A.
Tampa, Florida 33602
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Quinn & Lynch, P.A. OverviewQuinn & Lynch, P.A. is a boutique family law firm located in downtown Tampa, Florida that serves clients in Hillsborough, Pinellas, and Pasco Counties. Practice areas include divorce, alimony, child custody and support, parenting plans and timesharing, paternity, prenuptial agreements, modifications and enforcement, mediation and collaborative divorce, and domestic violence.
Mary Elizabeth Quinn and Kathryn Ashley Lynch have extensive knowledge in the area of family law. They are both trained in the practice of collaborative law, and Ms. Quinn is a Florida Bar Board Certified Family Law Attorney. Skilled mediators who value peaceful solutions, they are experienced trial lawyers ready to represent clients in court.
With personal attention, Quinn & Lynch works with clients in developing solutions designed to meet their needs and goals. The lawyers help clients navigate often complex and sensitive marital law matters and seek the most effective outcomes through mediation, collaborative law, or litigation.
Year this Office was Established: 21
Quinn & Lynch, P.A. Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Victims of Domestic Violence; Pre-Divorce Consultation & Planning; Restraining Order; Equitable Distribution of Assets & Liabilities; Alimony; Modifications & Enforcement of Final Judgements; Contempt Proceedings; Paternity; Collaborative Law; Child Relocation; Domestic Violence Injunctions; Parenting Plans; Timesharing Agreements; Prenuptial Agreement; Postnuptial Agreement.
Quinn & Lynch, P.A. Areas of Law Description
Divorce is a complex process, both legally and emotionally. It is a process that can and often affects every aspect of your life. It involves issues relating to your children, their residence and timesharing with each parent, issues relating to the identification, valuation and ultimate distribution of your property, alimony and child support.
- Child Custody
With the advent of Florida Statute 61.13, Parenting Plan and Timesharing, in the event that you and your spouse are unable to agree to a Parenting Plan after a divorce, the Court is required to formulate and implement one which defines the roles, responsibility and decision-making authority of each parent to each child.
The Florida legal system refers to visitation rights in terms of a parenting plan that contains a time-sharing schedule. Whether time-sharing is disputed or not, Florida courts require that parents create agreements that are as specific as possible about visitation or time-sharing.
Paternity or fatherhood typically becomes an issue when childbirth occurs and the mother is not married. And the reason paternity becomes an issue is usually because children have rights and benefits related to paternity. Legal representation in Florida paternity cases is critical.
Ms. Kathryn Ashley Lynch
Child Custody and Visitation, Child Support, Divorce, Family Law
Ms. Mary Elizabeth Quinn
Child Custody and Visitation, Child Support, Divorce, Family Law, Litigation
Quinn & Lynch, P.A. Affiliations
- Florida Bar
- Hillsborough County Bar Association
- Florida Associations of Women Lawyers
- Hillsborough Associations of Women Lawyers
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