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Call to set up a confidential initial consultation with FOLEY DIVORCE. Our intake team will work with you to set up a consultation with an attorney. During intake you provide information so we can tailor your consultation to your specific set of circumstances.
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During your initial consultation with William S. Foley, Esq., he will talk to you about the retainer process and what the next steps once you are brought on board. This an opportunity for you to learn your rights, and ask questions of a 16-year divorce litigator.
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In order to provide closure in your case and get this moving for you, we have to set up a plan of action. We set up the workflows, tasks and goals throughout the course of your case. We are ready no matter what happens in your case. We will be here for you every step of the way. We want to resolve this for you, we want you to have closure and so you need a plan.
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Throughout this entire website we have provided information for you to use. We have provided 100’s of pages of information and over a 200 videos in an effort to provide free information for you during your divorce. We know this sets us apart from other law firms in Florida. If we can provide you this much information for FREE, this is proof of what our value as your attorney will be. Call us today at (813) 272-2345.
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Call a Tampa Divorce Lawyer at (813) 272-2345 for cases in the following areas:
Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, Pasco County, Polk County, Hernando County, Manatee County, Sarasota County, Orange County, Seminole County, Palm Beach County, Citrus County, Sumter County, Osceola County, Lake County, Marion County, Charlotte County, Lee County, Brevard County, Volusia County, Alachua County, St Johns County, Duval County, Indian River County, Broward County, Miami-Dade County, and Monroe County, Florida.
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