Experienced Family Law Attorneys

Trusted Advocates For Tough Negotiations

Alan Elkins addressing alimony reform in Tallahassee on the steps of the Capitol Alan Elkins addressing alimony reform in Tallahassee on the steps of the Capitol

Skilled, results-driven representation in South Florida family law matters has been a pillar of strength for our law firm since 1979. We know how emotionally and financially stressful divorce or a problem afterward can be — and we apply our knowledge to ease those burdens for our valued clients.

Can you and your spouse agree on all issues and complete an uncontested divorce? Do you need a caring adviser and dynamic negotiator to help you resolve disputes in a contested divorce? Whatever the demands of your case, we are here to help. You can count on an Elkins & Freedman divorce lawyer in the Orlando and Fort Lauderdale areas to guide you through the process and protect your interests in all matters of family law.

Decades Of Experience Helping Florida Clients Through Divorce

Our firm is led by accomplished Fort Lauderdale family law attorneys Alan J. Elkins and Richard L. Freedman — each of whom has more than 30 years of experience helping people overcome tough legal problems. Daniel C. Elkins is a dedicated associate you can trust with your legal concerns as well. You can count on reliable information and dedicated advocacy in any matter involving:

Contact A Responsive Family Law Firm

Attentive client service and maximum convenience are hallmarks of our practice at The Law Offices of Elkins & Freedman. We will pick up the phone when you call or get back to you promptly. We have a thriving bankruptcy practice for people coping with debt burdens. We offer manageable payment plans.

It all starts with a free consultation at a time that works for you and the office location best for you. Call 800-992-1277 or reach out to us online anytime. We have offices in Palm Beach County and other South Florida areas.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.