Union Park FL Family Lawyer Since 2005

AAA Family Law Serves Union Park as Part of the
 Orlando Metro Area


Our Law Firm and Lawyer

We are located in Altamonte Springs, about sixteen miles form Union Park (See Contact Us for maps and directions.)  And we are dedicated exclusively to family law and divorce in the Orlando metro area.  Our founder and managing attorney is Eduardo J. Mejias.

Attorney Mejias earned his degree in Juris Doctor, with honors, from the University of Florida Law School in 1997. After passing the Florida Bar examination on the first attempt, he joined the Florida Bar Association and started practicing general civil law in January of 1999. By 2005 he decided to specialize in divorce and family law. After working at law firms in Jacksonville and Ft. Myers, he started practicing family law in the Orlando metro area in 2011, and in February of 2013 founded AAA Family Law in Altamonte Springs.

Having practiced family law since 2005, attorney Mejias has gained the type of valuable experience that comes from representing hundreds of clients in divorces settled by mediation and over fifty settled in court. This level of experience has given him insights into the law and its interpretation by local judges that helps him find the best legal arguments to protect his clients' rights.  Mr. Mejias dedication to divorce and family law means that he can effectively represent you in these types of cases:


Family Law Cases Where We Can Represent You 

  • Divorces, whether its terms are settled by (1) a judge's decision following the legal arguments or (2) a mediator who tries to reconcile the differences and proposes compromises to help a divorcing couple arrive at the best possible decision, with the help of the lawyers representing the two spouses.
  • Cases of disputes that sometimes arise after a divorce or paternity cases, such as request for enforcement or for modification of the court's decrees, usually related to the amount of (a) alimony (spousal support) to be paid, (b) the amount of child support and (c) the time spent with the children within the Florida system of time sharing (often known as child custody),
  • Attorney Mejias is also experienced in cases (1) that determine a man's paternity and the responsibilities and rights associated with it, (2) that involve the enforcement of judge's decrees in family law cases (3) that are related to disputes over domestic violence, or (4) involving accusations of child neglect or abuse by the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF).
  • And he can also help you in: (1) drafting an enforceable prenuptial or postnuptial agreement with your future or current spouse and (2) processing a child adoption by relatives or family members through the court system.
It will be to your advantage to read the page of the Practice Area section of this website that applies to your case before you make an appointment for an initial consultation with any family law attorney. It will help you prepare for the questions you should be asking.


Initial Consultation

If you reside in Union Park (or anywhere in Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Oceola or Lake county) and need quality legal representation from an accomplished family attorney, please call us at (407) 260-6001.  Then make an appointment for an initial consultation with attorney Eduardo J. Mejias. There is an hourly charge for additional consultation time. See Family Lawyer Retainer Fees.

At this consultation Mr. Mejias will (1) ask you to explain your situation and to answer some questions, (2) present to you the plan of legal actions he will follow to help protect your rights and (3) quote you the amount of his lawyer retainer fees. The retainer fee, in almost all cases, will be a flat or fixed amount that you will know before making a payment or signing a contract, not an hourly rate whose total amount is unpredictable.

You will also be pleased to know that our law firm has a policy of returning all emails and phone calls from clients during business hours within 24 hours. We know how important it is to hour clients to stay informed about their cases.