Based in Orlando, the Law Offices of Steve W. Marsee assists clients throughout Central Florida with sensitive, and often complex, marital and family law matters, including divorce, child custody and support, and property distribution. We also handle separation agreements and domestic violence cases. For more information about our services, see the family law overview.
Before beginning his legal career, firm president and managing attorney Steve W. Marsee worked for years as an undercover drug investigator and chief of police. This vast experience in law enforcement, during which time he encountered a diverse range of people in difficult and stressful situations, makes Mr. Marsee uniquely qualified to deal with the complex negotiations often involved in marital and family law matters. He enjoys using the analytical skills he developed to solve complicated issues and achieve the best possible solutions for his clients.
Whenever possible, Mr. Marsee works with families to achieve an amicable divorce through mediation. He is certified as a Family Law Mediator by the Florida Supreme Court, and his negotiation skills help clients obtain agreements that are mutually beneficial, both financially and emotionally. However, if his clients' interests are best served by going to trial, Mr. Marsee will be an aggressive advocate in the courtroom. His extensive trial experience includes litigating in the state courts of Florida and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
If you need help resolving a family law dispute, while protecting your family's physical, financial, and emotional well-being, contact the Law Offices of Steve W. Marsee today for an initial consultation.
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