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Attorney serving Seminole County
Family & Divorce Attorney
Apopka & Seminole County
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The Law Offices of J. Manuel Acevedo, P.A., are located at 116 North Park Avenue in Sanford, Florida, 32771.
Attorney Acevedo is a lawyer admitted to practice law in Florida, has clients from Florida, the United States, and
other countries, and primarily serves Seminole County, Volusia County, Orange County, and Lake County, and the
following cities: Sanford, Longwood, Lake Mary, Heathrow, Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Oviedo, Goldenrod,
Fern Park, Forest City, Midway, Geneva, Chuluota, Winter Springs, Wekiva Springs, Deland, Deltona,
Orange City, Debary, Lake Helen, Daytona, Deleon Springs, Orlando, Apopka, Maitland, Lockhart,
Azalea Park, Winter Park, Mount Dora, Tavares, and Eustis.
Divorce & Family Law Attorney | Divorce Lawyer | Apopka
Como abogado de divorcio que le
ofrece servicios legales a la comunidad
de Apopka y abogado de familia, el
abogado Acevedo le puede brindar
asesoramiento y representación legal con
referencia a su caso de divorcio,
custodia, paternidad, o manutención.
Si usted vive en Apopka y necesita un
abogado experimentado para su divorcio
o un abogado para su caso de familia,
llame al abogado Acevedo. Cordine su
cita confidencial con un abogado de
familia con experiencia que le ofrece
servicios legales a la comunidad de
Apopka y que habla su idioma.
Abogado de Divorcio y de Familia
Casos de Custodia y Manutención
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If you need help with your Apopka Divorce or
Apopka Family Law Case... We Can Help You
Divorce, child custody, child support, modifications, and other family law cases are typically filed
with the Court in the county in which the parties reside. A few areas of Apopka are located in
Seminole County. Therefore, if you are married and you and your spouse live in the part of
Apopka that is in Seminole County, your Apopka divorce, alimony, child custody, modification,
or other family law case, would typically be filed with the Seminole County Court.
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This same rule regarding where a family law case should be filed applies regardless of marital
status. So, if you are the unmarried parent of a child and you and the other parent live in the
Seminole County part of Apopka, your Apopka child custody, child support, paternity, or other
type of family law case, would typically be filed at the Courthouse in Seminole County.
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Remember, it is not the city of residence but the county of residence which determines where
your divorce or other type of family law case should be filed. Therefore, if you live in the
Seminole County part of Apopka and the other party also lives in Seminole County, your
Apopka family law case would likely still be filed at the Seminole County Courthouse.
Similarly, if one of the parties lives in Seminole
County Apopka and the other party lives outside
of Florida, the Apopka family law case could be
filed in Seminole County if the jurisdictional
requirements are met. However, the authority of
the Court in Seminole County may be limited in
those cases in which any children related to the
family law case are located in the other state.
Now in those cases where one of the parties lives
in Seminole County Apopka and the other party
lives in a city outside of Seminole County, the
Apopka divorce or other type of family law case
could be filed in Seminole County, but would not
necessarily have to be filed in Seminole County.
* Divorce & Child Custody
* Visitation / Time Sharing
* Child Support
* Alimony / Spousal Support
Bridge the Gap Alimony
Your Apopka Family Law or Apopka Divorce Case
could be filed with the Seminole County Courthouse
* Child Protective Services
* Termination of Parental Rights
* Mediation & Negotiations
* Division of Property
* Uncontested Divorce
* Do It Yourself Divorce
* Paternity Actions
* Temporary Custody Changes
* Child Custody Modifications
* Child Support Modifications
Grandparents / Relatives
* Alimony Modifications
* Juvenile Dependency
We are located just steps from the Courthouse where your
Apopka Divorce or Apopka Family Law case could be filed
Our offices are located at 116 North Park Avenue in downtown Sanford, just steps from the
Seminole County Courthouse. As you can imagine, having your family lawyer or divorce attorney
so close to the Seminole County Courthouse can be convenient for you, particularly if any
aspects of your Apopka divorce or Apopka family law case end up being highly contested.
As your divorce attorney or family lawyer, attorney Acevedo will provide you with all the family
law legal advice and legal help you should expect from your family lawyer. He will also analyze
everything in your case with you so that you can take reasonable steps toward a fair resolution of
your case. And, if a fair resolution is reached in your divorce or family law case before having to
fully prepare for trial, both sides should benefit from less heartache and from the savings.
And if the other side refuses to be reasonable regarding
your Apopka Divorce or Apopka Family Law case, we
will fully prepare your case and take it to Court
You should not have to face a divorce or family
law problem alone. If you need an experienced
family law attorney to help you with your
Apopka Divorce or Apopka Family Law case,
call attorney Acevedo and schedule your
confidential one hour consultation today.
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The City of Apopka is named after Lake Apopka, which in turn was named after the
Indians who previously lived in the Apopka area hundreds of years ago. However, the
origin of the Apopka name itself is unclear.
Some people say that the Apopka name originated from Indian words "aha" (meaning
potato) and "papka" (meaning eating place). Other people say that the Apopka name came
from the Indian word "tsalopopkohatchee" (meaning catfish-eating creek) and when the
Apopka name was shortened to Ahapapka, the translation became that of "potatoes."
Although the origin of the Apopka name is unclear, we do know that Apopka was
incorporated in 1882 as Apopka City and that later the name was shortened to Apopka.
Although a portion of Apopka is located in Seminole County, Apopka is the second largest
city in Orange County and today, more than thirty eight thousand call Apopka home.
Credit: Jim Robison and Mark Andrews | Flashbacks: The Story of Central Florida's Past | Orange County
Historical Society | The Orlando Sentinel
However, the facts of each case are different
and, for different reasons, sometimes the other
side refuses to be reasonable. If the other side
takes positions that are unreasonable regarding
any aspect of your divorce, alimony, child
custody, or other family law matter, attorney
Acevedo will prepare your case, he will prepare
you, and he will take your case to Court.