**FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY SINCE 2005 | FREE 30-MN. INITIAL CONSULTATION** (Orlando Counties: Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Volusia, Lake)

283 Crane Roost Blvd., Suite 111

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license info: Licensed to practice law in Florida. Florida Bar Association number 161187

Eduardo J. Mejias, With AAA Family Law,
283 Cranes Roost Blvd., Suite 111, Altamonte Springs Florida 32701
Accomplished Accessible Aggressive,
Serving the Orlando Metro Area From Altamonte Springs.

Call (407) 260-6001 For A Free 30-Minute Initial Consultation With Attorney Mejias
Mon-Fri 9 am to 6 pm, Sat 12 pm to 5 pm.

I have practiced family law since 2005, and only family law since 2011. Since 2005 I have represent hundreds of family law clients who are stressed and confused by their family situation. Call me at (407) 260-6001 to help you take back control of your life. These are my commitments to you:

I will answer your questions honestly, offer you a clear and understandable strategy to acchieve your objectives and protect your interests.

Your emails and phone calls will be returned within 24 hours.

I will not just tell you what you would like to hear, confuse you with legalese, or leave you in the dark about the status of your case.​​
I will inform you of your full fixed retainer fee in advance, not charge you an hourly rate whose total is not


Orlando Metro Trial Court Cases

Divorce and Paternity Cases

Divorce Advice From Your Attorney
Divorce Mediation
Uncontested Divorce, Is Attorney Needed?
Preparing for a Divorce
Alimony in a Florida Divorce
Property Distribution In Divorce
Relocations By Divorced Parents
Paternity Rights and Responsibilities
Modifications of Divorce & Paternity Judgments
Child Custody and Support Help

Other Family Law Cases

Domestic Violence Injunctions
Grandparent's Family Law Rights
Adoptions By Family and Relatives
Department of Children and Families (DCF)
Post-Judgment Enforcement of Decrees
Enforceable Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

Florida Family Law Appeals


What Can Be Appealed in Family Law Cases
Family Law Appeals Facts To Know
Preparing for a Family Law Appeal in Florida
Appealing or Rehearing Family Law Cases
Stay of Final Judgment While Appealing Family Law Cases
Family Law Appeals With No Transcript
Family Law Appeals and Court Reporters


Appealing Child Custody Ruling
Appealing Attorney Fee Awards In Family Law Cases
Appealing Alimony Awards
Appealing Equitable Distribution of Assets In Divorce

Ask Family Law Attorneys These Questions

Is the attorney devoted exclusively to family law, or just a general practitioner with only limited experience in this area?​​

How long will I have to wait for an opportunity to speak with my family lawyer?
Will my attorney aggressively pursue my interests, or just passively react to what the other side does?​​​​​​​​​​​​​

AAA Family Law Has The Answers

When you hire me as your Orlando family lawyer from AAA Family Law, you are getting the wisdom and insights of an accomplished attorney devoted exclusively to family law. I have practiced primarily family law since 2003 and exclusively family law since 2011. I have represented clients in over 100 trials and 300 mediations involving divorce, alimony, child support and other family law cases. My level of experience ensures that you receive the highest quality representation.​​​
I will be accessible, keeping you informed of the progress of your case and I will respond to all of your phone calls and emails within 24 hours. And you will talk to me about your legal matters, not to an assistant.

I will be aggressive in litigating your case by using every available legal tool to advace your objectives. My extensive knowledge of family law and my familiarity with family court judges let me to see legal options that lawyers with less experience may not be aware of.
Looking forward to defending your rights,
Eduardo J. Mejias, Esq. ​

How AAA Family Law Charges for Its Services

At the initial consultation we find out about the circumstances of your case, explain what we plan to do to help you and quote you the price we will charge.

AAA Family Law charges its clients a fixed or flat fee retainer for an amount that you will know before signing any contract. You will pay the same amount regardless of the number of hours we spend working on your family law case.

We cannot publish specific prices for cases because each case has a different degree of complexity. Therefore the amount of time each case will take is different.

Timing of the Payment

We offer prospective clients the choice of a fixed fee with a monthly payment plan or a single discounted upfront payment.

Forms of Payment:
Check, Cash, Master Card, Visa or Discover
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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