A Better Strategy for Divorce and Family Law. Divorce and related family law matters (such as paternity, child support, child time-sharing, and alimony), can be highly complex, challenging, and emotional. It is important that you choose an attorney who will efficiently, professionally, and fairly work to tailor an agreement to suit the needs of you and your family, and prepare your case adequately for trial, should a trial be necessary. Orlando divorce and family attorney Gwen J. Cryer has represented men and women involved in simple, uncontested cases, as well as complex, contested property or custody situations. By using electronic family law forms, you can avoid delay in your case and unnecessary travel and time away from your work and family. Contact Gwen J. Cryer to speak directly with an experienced divorce and family lawyer.
Attorney Gwen J. Cryer works to obtain justice for all individuals of all means, since justice should not depend upon your financial means. Because of this principle, Attorney Cryer has represented clients pro bono or for a reduced rate, if certain criteria are met, particularly if the case involves domestic violence with children.
Protecting the Rights of the Accused. Criminal defense laws mean you are innocent unless proven guilty. If you have been arrested or accused of a crime, it is important that you know your rights, and meet with a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to discuss your case. Orlando criminal defense attorney Gwen J. Cryer will take the time to meet with you, provide you the information you need to protect your rights, and inform you of the specific defense strategies for your case. Attorney Cryer has represented people accused of the most minor of crimes (misdemeanors such as petit theft, or criminal traffic offenses such as DUI), to major crimes (felonies such as murder and robbery). Contact Gwen J. Cryer to speak directly with an experienced criminal defense trial lawyer.
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