The law office of Jeff Boston Legal specializes in family law (contested divorce, uncontested divorce, timesharing/child custody, child support, child support worksheets, alimony (lump sum, permanent, durational, rehabilitative, temporary, bridge-the-gap), parenting plans, post-judgment modifications, premarital/prenuptial agreements, post-marital agreements, injunctions for protection, financial injunctions, stipulations, stipulated orders, financial affidavits, notices of filing, parental responsibility and decision-making authority, marital settlement agreements, notices to set case for trial, pretrial statements, notices of supplemental disclosure, joint equitable distribution worksheets, motions for default, motions to compel, motions for contempt, motions for clarification, emergency motions for child pick-up order, motions to modify, motions to set aside, motions to dismiss, motions for temporary relief, motions to withdrawal, motions to change venue, motions for bifurcation, motions to strike, motions to allow minor to testify, motions in limine, motions for return of property, motions to disqualify, motions for case to remain pending, motions for more definite statement, motions to deviate, motions to appoint, motions to set aside default, motions to recuse, motions for DNA paternity test, motions for leave of court, motions to abate, motions to establish, motions for referral to general magistrate, motions to enforce settlement, requests for judicial notice, petitions, counterpetitions, answers, responses, supervised visitation, notices of intent to use summaries, notices of compliance, certificates of compliance, releases, information sharing, income deduction/withdrawal orders, parent-child contact, summonses, waivers, mandatory disclosure, requests to produce/requests for production, certificates of completion, notices of change of address, extracurricular activities, health insurance, proposals, out-of-pocket expenses, final judgments, witness lists, notices of confidential information, parent education and family stabilization courses, stipulations for substitution of counsel, memorandums of law, paternity, guardians ad litem, notices of unavailability, stipulations to withdrawal, notices of cancellation, family counselors, certificates of corroborating witnesses, objections, notices of appearance, affidavits for restoration of maiden name, notices of conclusion of representation, verified returns of service, exhibit lists, jurisdiction, administrative orders, attestations, notices for voluntary dismissal, qualified domestic relations orders, petitions to relocate, passports, good faith efforts, mediation, depositions, interrogatories, quit claim deeds, etc.).
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Jeff Boston Legal
927 E. New Haven Ave
Melbourne FL 32901
Jeff Boston Legal
PO Box 561312
Brevard County has over 600,000 residents, with more each passing year. It is the 10th most populated of Florida's 67 counties.
The vertically long and thin county in central Florida along the Atlantic Ocean ("The Space Coast") has 3 courthouses: (1) the Moore Justice Center, commonly referred to as the Viera Courthouse, located at 2825 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Viera FL 32940; (2) the Historic Titusville Courthouse, 506 South Palm Avenue, Titusville FL 32796; and (3) the Melbourne Courthouse, 51 South Nieman Avenue, Melbourne FL 32901.
A relatively conservative area of the greatest of our nation's states, Brevard County is known for white sand beaches and its clear contribution to the space, defense, and sea cruise industries. From Mims in the north to Micco in the south, Brevard County is a beautiful part of the best state in the best country in the history of the world, and its residents and representatives strive to keep it that way.
And I said to the man at the gate of the year:
"Give me a light so that I may tread safely into the unknown."
And he replied:
"Go into the darkness and put your hand
into the Hand of God.
That shall be to you better than light
and safer than a known way."
Minnie Louise Haskins (1908)