The Law Firm of Charles D. Jamieson, P.A., represents clients in a range of practice areas related to divorce and behavior. For over 28 years, Mr. Jamieson has worked with clients and the legal community to protect parental rights and ensure no party is disenfranchised. He is a supporter of equal parenting time and collaborative divorce (when appropriate) for the parties involved. In addition, he is available to represent individuals falsely accused of child abuse, often in context of their divorce. Practice areas include:
During a divorce, emotions run high. Dividing substantial assets, debt, and solving complex estate matters in a fair manner is a difficult process. When children are involved, the stakes are even higher. Read more about divorce.
Divorce doesn't have to turn you and your spouse into bitter adversaries. Collaborative divorce is a relatively new means of ending a marriage, during which spouses and their attorneys agree to reach a resolution out of court. The collaboration process is usually less expensive and can produce a more mutually satisfying outcome to both parties. Read more about collaborative divorce.
Custody / Visitation
When children are affected by divorce, studies show that the ideal custody and visitation rights arrangement enables both parents to fully participate in the lives of their children and continue their relationship. When parental rights are violated, children suffer. Read more about child custody and visitation.
While child support guidelines provide a baseline for support payments in Florida, many factors can increase or decrease the amount. An experienced child support lawyer can help you ensure that your children are well taken care of, while not overwhelming the paying parent. Read more about child support.
Alimony / Spousal Support
Alimony is not automatically awarded in divorce. Instead, alimony is determined by issues such as the length of the marriage, the earning capacity of the spouse requesting alimony, lifestyle, and the earning disparity during a marriage and others. Read more about alimony.
Parental alienation is a serious issue that has lasting negative consequences for the emotional health of a child. Parental alienation syndrome occurs when one parent purposefully causes a child to reject the other parent. Also called PAS, the syndrome is often cited during custody decisions. Read more about parental alienation.
Child Abuse Defense
As a result of severe strain, emotional, or psychological imbalance, a divorcing parent may sometimes falsely accuse the other of child abuse. In these instances and others unrelated to divorce, an accused individual should immediately seek a qualified attorney with experience in the matter. Read more about
child abuse defense.
Contact a Divorce Attorney
Whether you are seeking a collaborative divorce, or are experiencing difficult issues that require traditional divorce expertise, please contact us online or call 561/478-0312. Our attorney will be happy to discuss your situation. We proudly serve clients nationally and throughout the West Palm Beach, Florida area.