Jul 26 2016 A case management conference, or CMC, is a meeting of the judge with the attorneys and parties to discuss the progress of the case, and is really just a tool to move a case along. In Hillsborough County, the trial court will schedule the first CMC automatically at about 90 days out and the judge w…read more
Divorce Attorney Tampa
rechel & associates, p.a.
Tampa Bay Area, Florida: At Rechel & Associates, P.A., we constantly strive to be the best divorce and family law attorneys in the Tampa Bay area. Our lawyers and staff have diverse and complimentary talents and attributes, including experience, vigor, tenacity, creativity, compassion and strength. Together, we comprise a highly effective team dedicated to protecting our clients’ best interests, utilizing hard-hitting and aggressive tactics (when necessary), diplomacy, traditional and non-traditional strategy, deft negotiation skills, litigation (where appropriate), and always with a reasonable, professional and civil demeanor.
Our cases range from simple uncontested divorces to complex, highly contested and high net worth/asset disputes. We also utilize the collaborative divorce method when appropriate. The Firm represents both men and women, to provide a balanced and studied perspective and approach.
Our attorneys are available for consultation* and representation in Hillsborough County, Pasco County and Pinellas County.
*Ms. Todd offers a free one hour consultation and Mr. McMullen offers a free one hour consultation. Mr. Rechel’s one hour consultation fee is $350.00.
Jul 19 2016 A contested dissolution is one where the spouses do not agree on at least ONE issue – be it the parenting plan, the equitable distribution of your assets and liabilities, the issue of alimony or child support, or the issue of attorney fees/costs. Disagreement on any one of these matters will make …read more
Jul 13 2016 Mandatory Disclosure is a procedure whereby financial information is automatically disclosed by the parties upon the filing of a divorce or other family law case. The procedure is mandated by Florida Family Law Rule of Procedure 12.285. See http://phonl.com/fl_law/rules/famlawrules/famrul12285.ht…read more