Eric DuBois | Orlando Family Lawyer | Florida
Our firm has one thing in mind when we represent you... YOUR WISHES. At DuBois Law Group, you will always get the personalized one on one attention that your case demands. Whether you are using our firm to represent you in a simple matter or a very complex case, each case is handled the same way, the way we would want our case handled.
Family Law cases can often be very tricky and complicated. At DuBois Law Group, we pride ourselves on being detailed with every aspect of the case from start to finish, while keeping in mind, that you are going through a very tough time in your life and possibly the life of your children.
At DuBois Law Group, no case is too big or too small for our attention. We offer flexible payment plans, free consultations and after hours office appointments to fit your working schedule.
Member of the George C. Young, First Central Florida Inns of Court
Member of the Central Florida Family Law Inns of Court
Member of the Orange County Bar Association
Member of the Osceola County Bar Association
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AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale-Hubbell
Lake Mary, Florida
Millenia Mall Area
East Orlando (UCF)
After Hours And Weekend Appointments Available
Flexible payment plans. For all Family Law cases (Divorce, Paternity, Custody, Modifications, Alimony), we charge an hourly rate.
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