The Law Office of Russell Knight
Divorce Attorney Naples FL
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Why Hire Our Naples FL Divorce & Family Law Firm
Contact our Naples, Florida office for a no-charge, confidential and discrete consultation. Russell Knight will explain where you are at, where you need to be and how you get from here to there. You’ll finally feel relief knowing there is a plan for your family law matter.
Russell Knight and his staff have extensive trial experience. While compassionate negotiation is an important strategy it is not the only strategy. Your Naples family law lawyer should be stepping away from negotiations and pressing your case in front of a judge or magistrate.
Attorney and Staff Are Spanish Speaking
Law Office of Russell Knight, Naples Family Law Attorney – The reasons why you should hire us
Russell Knight has been licensed to practice law since 2006. Russell has litigated and settled over a thousand of divorce and family law cases. Creative family law strategies that only experience can teach.
A firm that keeps the family law and divorce CLIENTS as the primary focus. We will do what YOU need for YOUR case. YOUR best outcome is OUR focus.
Family Comes First
Our office prioritizes the needs of the children first in any family law or divorce matter. You’ll find that every conversation will begin with the best interests of the children and every conversation will end regarding the best interests of the children.
Commitment to Value
The billable hour system for divorce and family law lawyers is ripe for misunderstanding and abuse. With our firm, you’ll find clear, reasonable invoices that reflect our commitment to providing value.
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Divorce & Family Law in Naples Is What We Do
Family Law refers to Florida law, rules, regulations, and court procedures involving the family unit when that unit comes under the purview of the courts.
These laws, rules, regulations and procedures cover everything from who gets to visit children to how a privately held business gets valued and divided.
These determinations must be made, negotiated in the clients favor and, failing that, proven in a Florida court of law.
This requires a body of family law knowledge that is both broad and deep.
Russell Knight’s has years of experience, thousands of past clients and near obsession with family law.
Put your family in the hands of someone who values your family as it exists now and will exist in the future.
Put your family and your family’s future in our firm’s hands.
How We Charge For A Naples, Florida Family Law Matter
Beyond the anxiety of losing parenting time, assets or alimony is the fear of an attorney’s bill.
Russell Knight and his team are committed to providing real value to their clients and our invoices will reflect that value.
There are always upwards of 5 people on staff in our offices in Naples, Florida and Chicago, Illinois. The majority of the staff are college educated professionals in Chicago, Illinois and, therefore, most of the work happens in Chicago.
You will be assigned a paralegal who will do the bulk of the work in your case in order to reduce fees, increase efficiency and provide immediate feedback.
The rates are as follows
$ 385 an hour for Russell Knight.
$ 300 an hour for associate attorneys or co-counsels.
$ 125 an hour for paralegals
These labor rates are accounted for on a six minute basis and are explicitly explained within the invoices that are distributed on a monthly basis.
Naples Florida Family Law Articles
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