Types of Matters
The law office of Rohe Law, P.A., provides comprehensive legal services to adoptive parents, adoption agencies, and birth parents in all areas of adoption. Rohe Law, P.A. represents parties involved in the following types of adoptions: private adoption placements within Florida, interstate adoptions involving Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children (ICPC), State (DCF) adoption finalizations, relative adoptions, grandparent adoptions, stepparent adoptions, adult adoptions, as well as re-certification of foreign adoptions.
Adoption law is complicated and challenging and it requires the dedication of an experienced legal staff. We invite you to contact us to learn more about our practice and how we can meet your needs with the personal attention you deserve.
In any child custody case, it is imperative to know that your child custody attorney will provide the assertive legal representation you need. At Rohe Law, we are litigators who will fight to ensure your parental rights are protected as your child custody case unfolds. We will guide you throughout the process so you have a full understanding of the law and your legal rights as a parent. We offer focused, driven, and compassionate representation to assist you in achieving the best outcome for you and your child.
Getting the support you need for your child and ensuring a fair child support amount is allocated is vital. We understand the importance of making sure your child’s parent is providing the amount of support that is needed. As your child support attorney, we will assist you with determining your legal rights and enforcing the law to provide your child with the support they need.
When a couple that is divorcing is willing to work together to resolve their issues in a calm and respectful manner without the need for court intervention, this is referred to as a collaborative divorce. During this type of divorce, the separating couple is able to work with trained professionals who are adept at mediating amicable divorce proceedings. Each spouse retains the services of an attorney who helps them settle the case outside of court. Each participant, attorneys included, sign a binding contract which is known as the Collaborative Agreement. With this agreement, all participants are required to interact respectfully, honestly, and with transparency.
Dissolutions – while it is doubtful that any individual would say that he or she enjoys being involved in a lawsuit, it is unquestionably true that the process of divorce litigation can be one of the most emotionally and mentally exhausting forays into the legal system. Not only have the parties experienced the emotional trauma associated with the end of their relationship, they now have to contend with the daunting implications of legally dissolving their marriage. For many attorneys devoted to the field of family law, this pairing, between the private relationship of a couple and the public institution of marriage, has led to the conclusion that divorce is not simply a matter to be litigated – it is a private parting of ways with legal implications.
Rohe Law is a law office comprised of a team of dedicated and highly skilled litigators serving Central Florida. We provide competent representation in a variety of different practice areas pertaining to family law. Whether you need to consult with an attorney about divorce, child custody, child paternity, or any other family law concern, we are here to assist you. Our attorneys have an in-depth knowledge of family law that can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case.
After divorce, there may still be issues that the parties of the divorce need to address. For example, a pre-established child custody plan or alimony amount may no longer be sufficient when the plan goes into action or may need to be modified when one party’s circumstances change dramatically. When clients discover that they need to modify parts of their divorce settlement, the legal team at Rohe Law can help.
A prenuptial agreement, also commonly referred to as an antenuptial agreement, is a contract that a couple enter into prior to, and in contemplation of, a marriage, or “nuptial.” A prenuptial agreement is a powerful tool that can accomplish a variety of goals, including defining property rights, assigning responsibility for liabilities, establishing (or waiving) spousal support obligations, and providing for the procedures that will be utilized in the event that the parties divorce. A postnuptial agreement is able to accomplish the same ends as a prenuptial agreement – the main difference is that a postnuptial agreement is entered into after a marriage, rather than before it.
The first step in any paternity dispute is getting information. If you want to establish paternity or if you are involved in a paternity dispute, you want an attorney who will help you get accurate answers and protect your rights no matter what future might lie ahead. At the law offices of Rohe Law we represent men and women in central Florida who are involved in disputes over paternity and parental rights. Part of the legal concerns that are addressed in paternity suits typically include the right to spend time with the child or children, the right to make legal decisions regarding the child or children, and child support.