Your family is unique. Your attorney should be, too. The Law Offices of S. Andrew Foster is a full-service divorce and family law firm serving the South Florida communities of Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. Fort Lauderdale divorce lawyer Andrew Foster focuses exclusively in the areas of divorce and divorce-related family law matters like alimony, child support, and child custody. We bring a modern mindset to the practice of law — that means combining more than 15 years of divorce and family law experience with the latest technologies to make your client experience as effortless as possible.
We have represented many divorce and family law clients over the years. But no case is more important to us than yours. We understand that your family is unique so we customize our strategies based on the goals that you want to achieve.Affordable Options
Like having options? So do we. That’s why we offer several alternatives to traditional divorce costs – including flat fee and unbundled services – to fit your budget and keep your divorce and family law costs under control.Convenient Access
Why can’t the divorce process be more convenient? Answer: it can. We’ve embraced changes in technology that make it easier for you to share files with us, sign court documents with your smartphone or tablet, and access your case just about anytime from the comfort of your own home.
Divorce is never an easy choice – even when it’s the only choice. Fort Lauderdale divorce attorney Andrew Foster knows from experience how stressful this process can be for you and your family. That’s why we work to resolve your case as quickly as possible – so that you can move on with your life.
Our office is conveniently located just minutes from most major South Florida cities like Aventura, Cooper City, Coral Springs, Davie, Doral, Fort Lauderdale, Hallandale Beach, Hialeah, Hollywood, Kendall, Miami, Miami Lakes, Miramar, North Miami, Parkland, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Sunrise, Tamarac, and Weston.
If you’re going through a divorce right now, simply considering a divorce, or if you think you may be served with divorce papers in the future, Fort Lauderdale divorce attorney Andrew Foster can help you understand your rights.
Most divorce and family law firms are built on an old-fashioned, outdated model — an army of attorneys and paralegals in lavish offices generating big profits for the partners at the top.
There are two problems with that approach. First, the number of people between you and your lawyer makes it next to impossible to get the kind of one-on-one attention that your case deserves. Second, the massive overhead is almost always passed on to you, the client, in the form of higher legal fees.
We like our way better. By embracing cutting-edge technology, we have been able to streamline the process in a way that dramatically reduces our overhead and saves our clients time and money instead.
There are many questions that come with dissolving a marriage. What’s the difference between a contested and uncontested divorce? How is alimony determined? If there are children, how much child support will they need? Who gets child custody? What are your rights when it comes to visitation?
Fort Lauderdale divorce lawyer Andrew Foster has the knowledge and the experience to provide the answers that you need.
Contact us right away to discuss your case in detail. It’s never too early to be prepared.
There is nothing more important to us than the relationships that we build with our clients through trust and communication. If you want to talk about your case, you can reach your attorney directly by phone, email, or Skype. Or just come into the office. We're here when you need us.
We offer hourly billing as well as flat fee pricing that can save you both time and money overall. Choose the option that fits your budget. Either way, we guarantee the same innovative and aggressive divorce and family law services that our clients have relied on for years.
We have represented clients in divorce and family law cases throughout Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties for more than 14 years. Although we prefer to resolve cases peacefully, we will always do what it takes to protect your rights.