Real Help For Getting Through Family Law Matters

For most people, resolving family law problems can be difficult. Issues of divorce, child custody and property division and developing a parenting plan are hard work, and they are often emotionally draining. We understand these issues and will work to make the difficult less so and the seemingly impossible possible. You will get through these issues, and we can help.

We Do Things Differently

We really mean this. We are forthright and honest with all of our clients. We will not tell you what you want to hear or engage in needless litigation or expense. We will tell you what you need to know, even if you do not want to hear it. We won't sugarcoat issues or inflate your expectations.

"Ms. McDaniel is upfront and honest. She does not sugarcoat the issues but is sensitive to the individual client and their needs. She works hard for you and expects you to work hard for yourself."

But we never forget our sense of compassion. We have worked with many clients, and we understand that divorce can be a disorienting and painful process. Our attorney's job is to look after the best interests of you and your child or children and obtain the best outcome given your unique circumstance. We do that by providing professional advice and helping you make it through all of the challenges.

Collaborative Law Is The Solution

And if you have children, your relationship to your child's other parent never ends until your child is an adult. When you divorce with a young child, you will have regular contact with the other parent for many years to come, and an excellent parenting and time-sharing plan is essential for minimizing future conflict.

At MGM Law, P.A., we practice collaborative family law, when possible, as opposed to adversarial litigation. In this process, everyone, including the lawyers, has an interest in negotiating a settlement without resorting to court.

Collaborative law helps preserve relationships and establish the proper expectations for the continuing years of contact you will have with your child's other parent.

Contact Our Firm

We have worked with hundreds of Florida families in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. To learn more about our collaborative approach, call our Pensacola office for a free initial consultation at 850-450-1755 or use our convenient online form.