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Family Law

John R Lonergan, P.A. Attorney at Law

Assisting in

Family Law

in Fort Meyers, Florida


John assists clients in resolving divorce-related issues, including property division, child custody, child support, and spousal support. He handles all aspects of divorce and legal separation in the state of Florida.

  • Uncontested divorce
  • Contested divorce
  • Separation agreements
  • Mediation agreements
  • Post-judgment work
  • Parenting plans
  • Visitation
  • Child support
  • Financial Support
  • Modifications
  • Enforcement
  • Alimony
  • Relocations
John R Lonergan, P.A. Attorney at Law


The complicated issues surrounding paternity and other family law matters can be extremely challenging. John assists clients in establishing paternity according to Florida state law. Whether you are a single mother looking to locate the legal father of your child, or a father looking to claim your parental rights, establishing paternity is critical and greatly benefits the well-being of the child.

Custody & Child Support

John can assist you in child support calculations, modifications, and child support enforcement matters. Florida laws have been established to ensure that every child is supported by his or her legal parents. If a parent needs child support modification or to enforce an existing child support agreement that is not being honored, a knowledgeable attorney for child support issues is crucial.

John R Lonergan, P.A. Attorney at Law
John R Lonergan, P.A. Attorney at Law


John assists individuals, couples, and families in expanding their family unit through adoption. Many times these are joyous occasions, but sometimes the circumstances of the adoption process can be difficult. As you focus on the family relationships that are at play, John will carry the legal burden, ensuring that the child’s as well as your rights are protected.

If there are known parents in the picture, he will seek out these individuals and complete the legal steps needed to ensure that the adoption continues with as little interruption as possible. For the adoption to be completed, this must include termination of that parent's parental rights.

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