"I know the law, so you don't have to. Call me if you need answers. I have over 15... more
"I know the law, so you don't have to. Call me if you need answers. I have over 15 years of legal experience helping people just like you. The law . . . it's what I do." I attended Florida State University College of Law in 1995 where I was a member of Law Review and served as a judicial extern for the former Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court. I graduated with Honors and obtaine... view profile
For 40 years, I have represented men and women throughout Florida in family law... more
For 40 years, I have represented men and women throughout Florida in family law matters; divorce, modifications, agreements, collaborative proceedings, collection of awards; mediation, appeals and pre-marital and post-marital agreements. Knowing my client, attention to detail, and thorough preparation is crucial to a great outcome.
Jerry began his legal career practicing civil and appellate litigation, including... more
Jerry began his legal career practicing civil and appellate litigation, including both business and administrative law; and representing both private and business clients at the state and federal level. Jerry has practiced in several counties throughout Central and North Florida. Prior to becoming a founding partner of Warren & Skaggs, Jerry was general counsel for a multi-million dollar fina... view profile
When couples with children get divorced, the negotiation of child custody and visitations rights can be both contentious and confusing; not only is the future of the child's care being determined, but the laws determining it are often both complex and different in each state. In addition to managing the other details of a divorce or separation, family law lawyers with experience handling cases involving child custody will understand the specific laws governing child visitation. In particular, they will be able to help negotiate parenting plans that will determine the parents' rights and responsibilities after the divorce or separation. One of the most important parts of these plans is the visitation plan, which determines the schedule of when parents can visit their child. Divorce visitation attorneys can help create parenting and visitation plans that are best for both the interests of the child and the rights of the parents.