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St. Augustine Family Law Attorney

At the Law Station, we acknowledge all aspects of our clients’ unique circumstances and work to resolve their family law matters. Our work involves identifying and respecting our clients’ needs, maintaining ongoing contact with them, and protecting their interests and those of their children.

We have developed a reputation for providing effective divorce and family law representation in St. Augustine and the surrounding communities. Clients and colleagues know we are dedicated to obtaining effective resolution through mediation. Mediation consists of a neutral third party who facilitates an agreement.

Melissa Sarris Kauttu cannot act as both a mediator and your attorney. While Melissa offers mediation services to represented and unrepresented parties (prior to and during litigation), she cannot serve as both attorney and a mediator in your case. On this page any reference to mediation is a reference to mediation with another certified family law mediator.

However, if mediation fails, we will aggressively litigate for you in court.

Cases involving children follow the best interest standards set forth in Florida Statute. The Judge will always rule in favor of the best interest of the children.

61.13(3)(a) – (t) Outlines the best interest standards.

Although a family law case may seem overwhelming and the circumstances are often very stressful, the practice of family law is actually straightforward as there are limited issues before the Court. We will work with you to minimize your costs by staying focused on key issues while working toward full resolution of your case.

The experienced attorney at The Law Station handle most types of Florida family law cases including:

  • Contested and Uncontested Divorce
  • Annulment
  • Paternity
  • Alimony or Spousal Support
  • Child Custody and Visitation Timesharing
St. Augustine Family Law Attorney
Although a family law case may seem overwhelming and stressful, the practice of family law is actually straightforward.