Who is the best and most aggressive divorce attorney in the Tampa/St Pete area?
Be careful what you ask for - as you might just have to pay for it. 99% of people that demand "shark lawyers" expect Great White efforts on minnow budgets, bearing in mind that you will need to fund the controversies you create on such cases, and the VAST majority end up broke, mad that their lawyers, hateful of the judges, and ignorant of the fact the brought all of the turmoil on themselves. Divorce is an emotionally volatile situation and you would do imminently better sitting down with a COMPETENT and RATIONAL lawyer to help you make good decisions not just burn through your money with a "go get em tiger" directive. Most divorce litigants need as much protecting from themseves as they do from the other side.
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I have moved your question to the divorce forum for further consideration.
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It really depends on what type of case you have. If custody or financial or both. Some attorneys specialize in certain areas. You need to ask the attorney how many Trials they have had in that area this year. Hope this help, Chris E. Ragano, Esq.
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