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Evan H. Baron & Associates

Divorce and Family Law matters can be emotional and difficult events. As professional Family Law Attorneys with over 25 years of experience practicing in South Florida, we are uniquely qualified to guide you through every step of the process.

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When individuals are confronted with family law issues, it can be a very emotional and difficult time for everyone involved. At Evan H. Baron & Associates, the attorneys and staff understand these legal issues and the level of deep impact they can have on families, especially when children are involved. Our goal is to use our experience to provide you with the necessary representation while also doing our best to limit our clients continued exposure to the harmful effects of litigation and help facilitate a resolution.

Our lawyers are skilled and possess years of experience. We exclusively practice in the areas of Family & Collaborative Law inclusive of:

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If you are considering a divorce and need assistance in understanding Florida law and how it will apply to your case, our attorneys and staff will provide the guidance necessary to help you understand and navigate through every aspect of your case, such as: Equitable Distribution, Alimony, Timesharing; Child Support, and any other marital issue relevant in your case.

The Collaborative Process

The Collaborative Process affords families the opportunity to choose a more holistic approach to resolving their family case. One that not only provides families with more control over every aspect of their case but also provides peace of mind while working in a team setting towards a legal resolution that is ultimately finalized with a valid Court Order.


When a child is born to unmarried parents, a legal relationship between the father and child must be established before a court or administrative authority will order child support. This legal relationship is called paternity.


Modifications are cases that arise after a final judgment has already been entered and only if there has been a substantial change in circumstance that is unanticipated and permanent in nature, thereby justifying a modification. Modifications can take place in regards to the following issues: support payments such as, alimony and/or child support as well as parenting plans and timesharing schedules.


When one parent wishes to relocate with the minor child(ren) 50 miles or further from their current location, they must first seek permission. Permission from the other parent or from the Court. In any event, a petition must be filed and a valid court order must exist in order for the relocation to be valid and approved.

Injunction and Restraining Order

An injunction is a court order which prohibits contact between individuals and can involve removing someone from a home or apartment. Restraining orders can often become an issue during many family legal battles, especially divorces. A restraining order is a protective legal instrument designed by the courts to prevent individuals from harassing, assaulting, or otherwise abusing others.

Pre or Post Nuptial Agreements

A pre-nuptial agreement is a contract entered into between two individuals before being legally married. A post-nuptial agreement is a contract entered into between two individuals after they have already become legally married. These agreements offer asset protection and determine issues such as division of property and spousal support, as well as different conditions depending on the length of marriage and/or the reason for the divorce such as, adultery.

Petition for Name Change

This a legal process by which an individual requests permission from the Court to obtain a legal name change, thereby allowing them to change their name on all relevant identification documents, such as their social security card, license, passport and bank and credit accounts. This process is not available to individuals seeking to change their name for an illegal reason such as to avoid a creditor.

Get Answers to Your Family Law Questions

We offer a phone consultation to help you ask questions about your family law situation and determine whether our firm is a fit.

Best Family Attorney

For eight consecutive years, Evan H Baron & Associates has been chosen as Best Family Attorney in Weston, FL.

We Litigate as Well as We Collaborate

Beyond considering the purely legal issues, we consider all factors such as the personal dynamics and potential fallout of certain legal avenues. If litigation is necessary, we will competently and aggressively litigate the matter in court.

From Simple to Complex

We have handled thousands of family law cases from simple uncontested divorce to the more complicated family law cases requiring the use of child psychologists and forensic accountants.

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