A Family Law Attorney focused on Family.
With more than 25 years of experience as a lawyer, Aaron B. Wentz, P.A. carefully and persistently works to address the different legal concerns of our clients throughout Fort Walton Beach, FL and its surrounding areas.
Our wide range of legal knowledge makes us confident in addressing some of the more complicated issues you may have. Issues pertaining to divorce, child custody, family law, personal injury law, bankruptcy law and real estate law are just some of the practice areas we cover.
After graduating from the University of Dayton School of Law in Dayton, Ohio, Aaron B. Wentz was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1995. Since then, he has remained dedicated to offering personalized and informative legal support to each and every client he represents.
It's very important to our Firm that you get to know us. We want you to feel confident and comfortable with our team as we resolve your legal issues.
Just like we want to hear your story, we want you to hear ours as well. To learn more about Attorney Wentz's background and education, please follow the link below.
|FL||Member in Good Standing||1995||09/29/2020|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Peer Review Rated - Notable||Martindale-Hubbell||2016|
|Peer Review Rated||Martindale-Hubbell||2015|
|Client Distinction Award||Marindale-Hubbell||2015|
|Highest in Ethical Standards and Professional Excellence||The Legal Network - Top Lawyers in Florida||2015|
|"10 Best" Family Law Attorney in Florida||American Institute of Family Law Attorneys||2015|
|Attorney||Aaron B. Wentz, PA||1995 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Okaloosa Community Development Corporation||Chairman||2012 - 2016|
|University of Dayton School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1995|
|Wilmington College||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1990|
|Divorce Litigation from Start to Finish||Divorce Seminar||2016|
|Handling Divorce Cases from Start to Finish||Family Law||2015|
|Residential Landlord - Tenant Law||Residential Eviction Process||2011|
|Professor - University of West Florida||Criminal Law||2005|
|Professor - University of West Florida||Evidence||2005|
|Professor - University of West Florida||Criminal Procedure||2005|
|Paternity Case||The Court ruled that the child shall reside primarily with the Mother, required the Father to pay support and attorney fees|
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