Scott J. Stadler has been practicing divorce and family law since 1989 when he was admitted to practice law in the State of Michigan. In 1990 Mr. Stadler was admitted to practice law in federal court in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan. He was later admitted to federal court in the United States District Court, Western District of Michigan in 1992. After Mr. Stadler moved back to Florida he was admitted to The Florida Bar in 1994. Pursuing his goals of practicing law in federal court he was admitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in 2001. Finally, in 2001 Mr. Stadler became one of the few attorneys admitted to practice law before the United States Supreme Court!
Mr. Stadler has handled all types of divorce and family law cases. Family law includes divorce, paternity, children’s issues, custody, support, alimony, property division, modification, relocation, enforcement, name change, domestic violence injunctions, step-parent adoption, and pre-nuptial agreements and post nuptial agreements.
Mr. Stadler’s practice is dedicated 100% to divorce and family law issues. He recognizes that every case has a cost benefit analysis and assesses the value of each case for his clients. Mr. Stadler assists clients to determine the value of proceeding to the trial level and what benefits there may be to resolving the case short of trial. Mr. Stadler has 25 years of trial experience in helping families resolve the changes caused by divorce and separation. Mr. Stadler has participated in hundreds of family law mediations. Mr. Stadler is also a member of the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar.
Mr. Stadler is married with two children and lives in Coral Springs.
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|FL||Member in Good Standing||1994||01/30/2017|
|MI||Not authorized to practice-Administrative||1989||02/11/2017|
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Sreme Court of Florida||Certified Family Law Mediator||2014|
|Eidence-Highest A Grade-Trinity Term||American Jurispundence Award||1986|
|Phi Theta Kappa||Phi Theta Kappa||1981|
|Outstanding Academic Ahevement||Miami Dade Community College||1981|
|Divorce & Family Law Practice||Scott Stadler, P.A.||1994 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Florida Bar, Family Law Section||Member||2014 - Present|
|Broward County Bar Association, Family Law Section||Member||2014 - Present|
|Florida Bar||Member||1994 - Present|
|Blog||Who Gets The House After the Divorce?||2014|
|Blog||Alimony Awards-What is the Criteria?||2014|
|Blog||Getting Divorce: A Simple Thing?||2014|
|Blog||Alimony in Florida||2014|
|Blog||Best Interest of the Child (part 3)||2014|
|Blog||How are debts divided in a divorce?||2014|
|Blog||How is child custody determined?||2014|
|Blog||How to Choose the Right Attorney for your Case||2014|
|Blog||How is Child Support Calculated||2014|
|Blog||How Cohabitation Impacts Alimony||2014|
|Blog||When Does Child Support End.||2014|
|Blog||Seeking a Divorce Settlement? Where to begin||2014|
|Blog||How Not to Act-Even When Upset||2014|
|Blog||Anatomy of a Divorce||2014|
|Thomas M. Cooley Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1988|