At Cameron Baker Law Office, our firm is dedicated to helping clients with any type of family matter, contested or uncontested, by providing legal, mediation and parent coordinator
services while keeping a client’s goals and budget in mind. At our office, clients can meet with a Jacksonville family law lawyer
for simply half an hour or an hour of advice, they can hire a lawyer for form preparation or for a day to appear for a particular court event, or they can retain a family law attorney for an entire case start to finish. In addition, clients have the option of retaining a family law lawyer, who is a Supreme Court certified family law mediator, for mediation services
before, during or after a divorce, paternity or other family law case. Finally, for clients that are experiencing issues with their co-parent which make co-parenting difficult, clients can retain a Jacksonville divorce lawyer
that meets the educational and training requirements outlined by Florida’s parent coordinator statute for parent coordination services. Cameron Baker Law Office offers a variety of services for a variety of budgets as we understand that your family law issue, particularly if children are involved, is likely the most important and most stressful issue you may be faced with. We listen to our clients and from your initial consultation to the end of your matter, you will have compassionate and committed service. You will be kept informed and guided each step of the way as we never forget that family relationships and children’s needs continue long after a case ends.
Attorney Cameron Baker represents clients, mediates family law
cases and provides parenting coordinator services to clients throughout Florida and Maine. With an office in Jacksonville, Florida, services are primarily provided to clients in Duval, Saint Johns, Flagler, Putnam and Clay counties. Attorney Cameron Baker practices in all areas of family law, including divorce, paternity, fathers’ rights, child custody, child support, alimony (spousal support), enforcement of orders, modification of orders, parenting plans, time sharing and visitation issues, division of marital property, relocation issues, contempt, domestic violence injunctions (retraining orders), guardianship issues, wills, trusts, powers of attorney and more.