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Jeanne Charles, ESQ

Pembroke Pines Law Firm, Lawyer and Mediation Services
(954) 680-8110

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For Jeanne Charles, ESQ, the most important part of being a lawyer is being able to help those who most need my assistance. So, whether this is offering ‘pro-bono’ or reduced-rate service for clients who simply cannot afford full fees, or ensuring that each and every one of my clients receive the optimal standard of legal expertise, you can rest assured that I will do my utmost to ensure that the law extends to reach as many people as possible.

To put it simply, I am passionate about being a lawyer, and it is this commitment to my profession that sets my legal service apart from other law offices. I will promise to always do my utmost to represent my clients to the highest possible standard. One of the most beneficial ways of doing this is by providing pertinent and detailed information. In certain circumstances, my clients need advice about a specific aspect of the law. However, on other occasions they simply require basic information regarding different parts of the legal system. As such, here is an example of the questions that I most commonly encounter:

Do I Need a Lawyer to Get a Divorce?

As anyone who has been involved in divorce proceedings can attest, it is an extremely stressful experience for all concerned parties. However, to ensure that you stand the best chance of receiving the fairest level of justice, it is essential that you get a lawyer you can rely on. While, you can file an application for divorce on your own, the reality is that it is a far better idea to do so with strong legal advice on your side. A lawyer will help you understand what your divorce will consist of the effects that a divorce may have on your legal rights and entitlements.

What is the Difference Between Shared and Joint Custody?

When it comes to custody issues, emotions can often take over. After all, for the vast majority of people, their children are the most important people in their life. As such, decisions on custody can have a lasting impact on the relationship dynamic so it is vitally important to set out what you want from a child custody hearing. Joint custody means that both parents have the opportunity to make all the major decisions about their children together. By contrast, shared custody is when a child or children live with each parent at least 40% of the time.

How Long Does a Mediation Process Take?

The answer to this question is much like establishing the length of a piece of string. Depending on the type of case and the parties involved, a mediation process can be resolved in one session or may end up taking significantly longer to get right. However, compared to a case in a courtroom setting, a mediation is cheaper and generally more time-efficient.

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