Life is all about decisions that can have lifelong impact. Sometimes previous decisions didn't turn out quite the way you had planned. Perhaps unforeseen circumstances forced your hand. Either way, the choice is yours to determine what to do now.
My name is Paul V. Moyer, and as a Central Florida family law and bankruptcy attorney, I help people make crucial decisions every day. I understand that the legal decisions you make today can affect your immediate and far-off future. Whether you are considering Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy to deal with overwhelming debt, or you are in the midst of a tough divorce, I use my years of experience to personally help you make the decision that's right for you.
I represent individuals throughout central Florida in a variety of legal areas. As a solo attorney, each client represents an important relationship to me. I have built my practice on simple but critical principles, including:
From your initial consultation with me until the conclusion of your case, you will work with me, not a paralegal or staff member. From family law to business negotiations, I work hard to protect your rights and pursue your interests, drawing on my skills in negotiation, mediation, arbitration and litigation where necessary.
As a family law attorney, I assist parties in resolving any issues regarding divorce, such as property division, asset protection, child custody and support, alimony or spousal maintenance, name changes and paternity. I use my experience and insight to recognize the needs of my clients so we can take the proper legal steps to meet and even exceed those needs.
The choice of a lawyer can mean the difference between success and continued hardship. When you need experienced, empathetic representation, contact my office by calling 407-774-5230 or toll free at 888-592-1841. I accept all major credit cards and offer payment plans for certain cases. I offer free initial consultations for prospective bankruptcy clients.
My firm has been designated as a debt relief agency. I help people file for bankruptcy under the United States Bankruptcy Code.