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Fairway Law Group: Orlando Divorce Attorney

Orlando divorce lawyers Brian Dunmire and Matthew Waring have over 20+ years combined litigation experience.

They joined forces to find Fairway Law Group to be the Orlando Divorce Law Firm they would hire if they needed legal representation.

Our Orlando Divorce Lawyers graduated from the two best law schools in the State of Florida: UF Law and FSU Law.

We have a few guiding principles that we believe make us the best divorce lawyers in Orlando:

  1. We prioritize confidentiality. When you speak with us, you can be confident that we will not share your information with anyone.
  2. We use smart systems and the latest technology to make the divorce process more efficient, saving clients time and money.
  3. We focus on educating our clients so they have the information to stay in control of the process.
  4. We provide consistent updates so our clients always know where their case stands.
  5. We know when to hold them and when to fold them. In other words, we try to get the best outcome given the budget we have to work with.
  6. We offer transparent pricing and offer a variety of payment options. We also take credit card payments.
  7. We handle our cases 100% remotely. You don’t need to waste time coming into our office (unless you want to, in which case, we’re happy to have you).
  8. We aren’t scared to get aggressive when it serves our clients and is necessary to protect their rights. Both Brian and Matthew have litigated hundreds of high-stakes contentious cases throughout their careers.

Our straightforward and transparent approach brings organization to the chaos of divorce and child custody cases.

That allows us to give our clients peace of mind and confidence in their choice of law firm.


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