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Evers & Preston, PL
609 W. Chase St.
Pensacola, FL 32502
1.888.863.6058 | 1.850.316.8101


Telephone: 1-850-316-8101 | Toll Free: 1-888-863-6058





If you are going through a divorce or other family matters, our Florida divorce and family law attorneys can help you understand and address the various issues that come with dissolving a marriage, including child support and custody, division of property and alimony.  The current economic crisis has adversely affected hundreds of thousands of parents.  If your financial status has changed since your original child support order, you may be entitled to a modification of the order.  The court will consider all relevant factors, including the needs of the child or children, age, station in life, standard of living, and the financial status and ability of each parent.   We will take the time to listen to you and understand your goals, then work closely with you to develop a strong legal position and response.

Or you may be in the process of getting married and wondering whether a prenuptial agreement is the right decision for you. Whatever your needs, we have the skills, resources and experience necessary to successfully bring your case to a conclusion with professionalism, integrity and compassion for you, the client.

Contact our Pensacola divorce lawyers or call us at 1-850-316-8101 or toll free at 1-888-863-6058 for a free consultation regarding your questions dealing with divorce, child support, child custody, modification of a former decree, prenuptial agreement or other Florida family law matters.



Losing a loved one is a traumatic occasion. It is not the time to be devoting hundreds of hours to settling your loved one's estate.  Proper estate planning will ease the burden on your family during the grieving process.  Our Pensacola Will preparation lawyers can help ensure that your final wishes are carried out as well as help you rest assured that your family is not shouldered with decisions during their time of need.

Knowing that your assets are distributed according to your wishes should be a priority for everyone. Death is inevitable. A Last Will and Testament is the cornerstone of every good estate plan. If you do not leave a valid Last Will in Florida, state law will determine who receives your assets and how much of those assets the family member receives. It is even possible that your assets could go to the state if a proper beneficiary cannot be located. Along with its traditional role of conveying property at death, a Will serves several other purposes. For example, through a Will a person can name a guardian for minor children if both parents are deceased, direct the level of probate court involvement in probating the estate and name the person who will represent your estate for probate purposes. 

State law dictates how a Last Will and Testament is to be properly prepared. If the Will does not comply with the law, it could be void and your entire estate could be distributed completely the opposite of what you intended. Thus, a lawyer's advice is critical in this important step in your life. Clearly, hiring reliable counsel to handle the estate planning and probate process is crucial in protecting your loved ones. 

Trusts can be effective tools for tax planning purposes or for ensuring the future needs of your family.  Our experienced Estate Planning lawyers can provide legal advice as well as preparation of a Trust for your asset distribution after your death. 

Contact our Estate Planning and Probate lawyers online or call us at 1-850-316-8101 or toll free at 1-888-863-6058 for a free consultation regarding your estate planning or probate needs.


Evers & Preston, PL

609 West Chase Street
Pensacola, FL 32502-4711
Telephone: 1-850-316-8101 | Toll Free: 1-888-863-6058
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