It is common to feel isolated and alone when you’re going through divorce. Divorce clouds your financial future, it changes your living situation, and it threatens the relationship you have with your kids.
During this challenging time, you need a partner you can count on to walk you through the process and ensure your rights are protected. Cordell & Cordell’s Deerwood Park, Florida, attorneys are there to give men and fathers the legal support they and their children need.
Divorce Attorneys Dedicated to Helping Men
Cordell & Cordell’s Deerwood Park attorneys exclusively practice family law with a focus on men’s divorce. This gives them a better understanding of the family court system and the unique challenges you face as a man and a father.
Our Deerwood Park attorneys are advisors and advocates for men. They can handle a wide range of family law matters from uncontested divorce to complex asset division.
Advocates For Dad’s Rights and Fathers’ Rights
In 1990, Joseph E. Cordell founded Cordell & Cordell with his wife, Yvonne, in an effort to level the playing field for men in divorce courts.
In the years since, the firm has grown into one of the largest family law firms serving men in the world with more than 100 offices across the United States. In 2015, Cordell & Cordell expanded internationally by opening and office in the United Kingdom.
National Client Testimonials
“She’s phenomenal and really does a great job with the core functions and responsibilities of her job and profession. Tomekia is a great representative in the courtroom.”
“Kara advised me early on of the worst case scenarios. I guess you could say she played devil’s advocate, but that was good because it kept me grounded. She really has done a marvelous job so far. I’m more of a black and white kind of guy, but she kept me in the gray area and always warned me when I would doing something wrong, which I really appreciated.”
“Michael was very thorough and conscientious on his part about navigating things. I appreciate his thought process. I felt secure [with] the way he handled things.”