Fort Lauderdale Divorce Lawyer
Law Firm OverviewThe Law Office of Vanessa L. Prieto is based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and provides a full complement of family law services to clients throughout the surrounding area. With over 15 years of experience working with family law cases, Ms. Prieto understands just how delicate such cases can be. She has the knowledge and experience to handle these cases with the finesse and sensitivity that such matters require.
Family law cases can be extremely complicated. Emotions run high on both sides and hurt feelings can break down the proceedings and have adverse effects on any children involved. Ms. Prieto has helped numerous clients achieve optimal results to such cases with minimum damage. She is also able to assist clients with over complex matters such as probate and other matters of civil and commercial litigation, including personal injury.
Ms. Prieto’s wealth of experience across a diverse range of legal fields allows her to help a multitude of clients with a vast array of cases. She offers the expertise and knowledge of the legal system that is generally found at larger law firms, but with the personalized service and attention that can only be offered by a small firm. Her focus on family law has allowed her to make a positive difference in the lives of countless families. No matter what your legal needs may be, Vanessa L. Prieto is here to help.
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Military Divorce; No-Fault Divorce; Division of Marital Asset; Domestic Partnership; Child Relocation; Time-Sharing; Supplemental Petition to Modify; Marital Settlement Agreement; Temporary Relief; Postnuptial Agreement; Post-Judgment Litigation.
Ms. Vanessa L. Prieto
Divorce, Family Law, Litigation
- Florida Bar Association
- Broward County Bar Association
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Florida Governor Rick Scott signed HB 967, which is entitled “Collaborative Law Process Act,” into law on March 24, 2016. In doing so, Florida joins an increasing number of other states who already have enacted legislation permitting collaborative divorces. Before the Act becomes effective, however, the Florida Supreme Court must approve and adopt Rules of Procedure and Rules of Professional Conduct to govern the collaborative divorce process.Read Article