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Greene & Greene Solution Oriented, Trial Tested
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Personalized Legal Advocacy

Our mission is to provide superior legal representation.


St. Petersburg

Family Law and Estate & Trust Litigation Attorneys

Dealing with the end of a marriage or a child custody dispute, deciding what should happen to your property after your passing, or handling a loved one’s estate when plans were changed at the last minute, are all difficult matters to go through emotionally and psychologically. The team at Greene & Greene can help you navigate these areas with legal expertise and guidance so that you know you are being well-represented and your needs will be met. Call our St. Petersburg family law and estate and trust litigation attorneys today to schedule your consultation.

Family Law Representation Focused on You

At Greene & Greene, you’ll find attorneys who have focused their practice on family law for more than two decades, with experience as both a mediator and trial attorney. We also have a depth of experience in divorce cases dealing with complex financial issues, including business valuations, income disputes, and high-value property situations. With our team approach to client representation, you’ll have access to a highly experienced attorney ready to handle the most complicated issues in your case.

Speaking of a team approach, our close-knit family of attorneys is ready to address your family law needs. Our legal staff includes father and son, husband and wife, and others eager to find creative solutions to your legal matter. We are a third-generation family in St. Petersburg, deeply rooted in the community. We understand the local court system and culture and the needs facing working families and professionals in the Tampa Bay area. You can count on Greene & Greene for all your family law needs, including:

  • Contested Divorce
  • Collaborative Divorce
  • Paternity Actions
  • Child Custody & Timesharing
  • Parenting Plans
  • Child Support
  • Alimony
  • Equitable Distribution
  • Temporary Support
  • Mediation
  • Modification and More

Seasoned Trust and Estate Litigators

Our firm’s team approach and tailored representation extend to our estate and trust litigation practice. The seasoned litigators at Greene & Greene provide effective representation in probate and estate litigation and administration for a smooth and successful distribution of assets, including representation in will contests, trust contests, or other probate and trust litigation that might arise.

Solution Oriented, Trial Tested

Over the many years we have been in practice, we have found that most legal disputes can be resolved outside of court by the parties themselves with the guidance and help of skilled and experienced attorneys. Mediated or negotiated solutions can be much more effective than judgments imposed by the courts, as they are more likely to meet the needs of both parties to the dispute, address their true interests and not just staked-out positions, and be more willingly implemented without the need to go back to court time and again for enforcement or to resolve disputes.

With training and experience in alternative forms of dispute resolution such as negotiation, mediation, arbitration and collaborative law, the attorneys at Greene & Greene are prepared and motivated to help you find creative solutions to your legal problems so they can be resolved more effectively and cost-efficiently than going to court. When litigation is necessary or in your best interests, however, you’ll find our experienced trial team more than up to the task of protecting your rights and pursuing your interests in the courtroom. We know that no two clients and no two cases are alike. We take the time to understand your situation, strategize a plan to meet your needs, and implement that strategy successfully on your behalf.

Contact Greene & Greene Today

For creative and effective problem-solving in or out of court, the law firm of Greene & Greene provides advice and representation you can rely on. For help with Florida divorce, child custody, paternity, wills and trusts, probate and more, call our experienced St. Petersburg family law and estate planning attorneys today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How does alimony work?
    In Florida, the applicable statute is F.S. 61.16. Several types of alimony are available if you are the potentially receiving spouse and must be considered if you are the potential payor. They are temporary, transitional, bridge the gap, lump sum, rehabilitative, and permanent. Alimony determinations are largely driven by the length of marriage and the respective...
  • How does my property get divided?
    The applicable Florida Statutes are F.S. 61.075 and 61.076. First, the Court identifies the nonmarital property of each party. If your spouse doesn’t agree that your property is nonmarital, it is your burden to prove that fact. Second, the Court must identify and value the marital property. Marital property includes all of the assets and liabilities that are not...
  • What should I do to get ready for my divorce?
    Please put together all of your documentation concerning assets, liabilities, and both spouses’ income. If you can, find and bring the last three years of your tax returns. If you have given financial statements to any lenders, please bring that information. It is often helpful to obtain your credit report...
  • What happens to my children?
    Being a father and grandfather, I very much appreciate the fact that nothing is more important to my clients than their children. Children cannot protect themselves. It is up to you as their parent to assure that their future has an opportunity to thrive post divorce. The fact that you are getting divorced does not change the fact that the children...
  • Who pays the cost of the divorce?
    Florida law talks about need and ability to pay. What this really means is that the cost of your divorce will be paid from either the income of both spouses, from the income of the greater earning spouse where there is significant disparity, or from marital or nonmarital assets. It is important to remember that wherever the costs are paid, that cost effects ...
  • How does the Court determine child support?
    Florida has a statute, F.S. 61.30, that includes guidelines for child support payment, based upon the parents’ combined actual or imputed income. Under certain conditions the Court can vary from these guidelines. Child support normally ends when you child graduates high school, absent mental...
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