FRANCIA CABRAL LAW, PLLC
A Marital & Family Law Firm
To be Your Counselor in Law, but Also in Life
A key decision you will make when preparing for a family law dispute is choosing the right attorney for you. Someone who passionately advocates for you and understands your situation and ultimate goals for the future. Because in family law it is not just about your case - it is about making the right decisions for your life, your future, and your children.
From our very first conversation, we will work closely with you to carefully craft a game plan that best accomplishes your intentions and objectives. We understand that it is sometimes necessary to go to court and fight zealously for our clients. We also recognize that not every case calls for a complex and expensive trial. Whenever we can, we aim to lessen the emotional and financial strain by resolving our cases amicably.
We pride ourselves on tactful advocacy. Our approach is centered on compassionate listening and recognizing how to make the law work best for you and your family. We will work with you to gain a full understanding of your family and generate creative solutions to reach a successful outcome. Because divorce may end a marriage, but family and relationships are for life.
Life serves up many challenges - but some challenges should not be taken on alone. We are here to take on those challenges with you, no different than if they were our own. No matter what type of dispute you are facing, we are here to guide you every step of the way.
Sometimes relationships simply don’t work out the way we hoped that they would. Our team handles all aspects of divorce including: child custody, child support, spousal support and equitable distribution.
Divorce doesn’t have to be war. Through a team approach, spouses are empowered to craft the terms of an agreement that make the most sense for them and eliminate a judge from having the final say in their divorce.
POST-JUDGMENT ISSUES AND MODIFICATIONS
The terms of your divorce judgment or parenting plan may not reflect your current circumstances. Situations sometimes change. It may be possible to modify a prior judgment or agreement to formulate a new arrangement that makes sense for your present reality.
Walking down the aisle isn’t for everyone. A cohabitation agreement allows unmarried couples who live together to devise an agreement that protects their joint and individual interests. Think – prenuptial agreement without the marriage.
For couples who want the divorce without the hassle. We can represent you or act as a neutral to help you and your spouse to reach an agreement without litigation. Divorce made simple.
Whether you are a mother seeking child support from the child’s biological father, or a biological father seeking to establish your parental rights, our team is here to help.
INTERNATIONAL CHILD CUSTODY DISPUTES
What happens when your child’s other parent keeps your child in a foreign country without your permission? These situations are often governed by the Hague Convention, an international treaty that provides for the return of children abducted internationally.
PRE-NUPTIAL AND POST-NUPTIAL AGREEMENTS
Whether you enter into one before or during your marriage, a nuptial agreement can determine the rights, responsibilities and obligations of both spouses.
FRANCIA D. CABRAL, ESQ.
Francia has worked as a family lawyer for almost a decade now. She has handled a wide array of matters including: divorces, child support and time-sharing disputes, spousal support issues, paternity suits, relocations and post-judgment modifications, as well as international child custody disputes. Because she understands that each client’s goals are unique, she adapts her approach to the specific needs of her clients.
HUNTER C. KRAVITZ, ESQ.
Hunter is a Miami native with a degree in psychology. Her interest in people, their experiences and their stories drew her to the field of family law. Hunter attended Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She then moved to New York City to attend Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.