CRIMINAL LAW

EXPERIENCED RESPRESENTATION

Family law and divorce-related matters are often emotionally charged and have long term consequences for everyone involved. At the law firm of Kallins Little Delgado, we assist clients in getting the results that they deserve in all aspects of divorce and family law. At our firm, we believe in providing personalized legal service that is tailored to the best interests of our clients and takes a realistic approach towards the issues that they are facing.

Our family law attorneys handle issues that include:

Divorce
Spousal support
Child custody and visitation rightsRelocation
Prenuptial agreements
Post judgment modifications and enforcement
Equitable distribution and complex financial litigation
Domestic partnerships

When you come to our firm and meet with your attorney, the person you talk to is the same lawyer who will work on your case and will represent you at trial. Your attorney will answer your questions, return your phone calls and treat you with the respect that you deserve.

Attorney Melton Little is a board-certified trial attorney with more than two and a half-decades of experience in the area of family law. We have helped individuals and families throughout the Tampa Bay area protect their rights, their children and their financial interests in negotiations and trials.

In addition to our legal service, all of our attorneys are also active in our communities. Kallins Little Delgado sponsors an annual scholarship program to help the youth of our community attend college. Our lawyers are also active in school sports programs, the Boys and Girls’ Club, the YMCA, church programs and in other community programs in the Tampa Bay area.


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