Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. - Collaborative Practice Attorney

Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. is a Florida Collaborative Practice Attorney who has had years of accomplishments in the legal field. As a Family Law Attorney, Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. takes pride in conflict prevention approach and conflict resolution approach to family law and senior law cases.  Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. treats every one of his clients with respect and kindness. Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. values meeting new clients. Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. utilize his experience to direct them through various family law and senior law matters.

Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. prides himself on taking a team approach to each client’s concerns. Please contact attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker for an appointment with a lawyer if you have a question about family law, divorce, elder law, fathers’ and mothers’ rights, individual education plans or adult guardianships. You can reach a family attorney by phone at (407) 645-3297. (Ask for Aubrey)

Florida Collaborative Practice Attorney Aubrey Law answers FAQ question about law. These include divorce, child custody, visitation rights, elder law, estate law, and power of attorney.

Living will, power of attorney, or advance directive?

If a guardianship petition is filed, who has to know about it?

If I choose a durable power of attorney, how would my incapacity be determined?

If I give my agent immediate powers, do I forfeit all rights to make financial decisions?

I think I am in an abusive relationship. What should I do?

How will the Florida court determine where my children should reside after the divorce?

How often should I visit my loved one at the nursing home?

How much does a litigated divorce cost?

How long does it take for a divorce to be final in Florida?

How is a guardianship proceeding initiated?

Does the person over whom guardianship is sought have to know that a petition for guardianship was filed?

If I give someone power of attorney, do I forfeit my own rights to make decisions?

If I have all my estate planning and long-term care documents from another state, do I have to have them redone in Florida?

If I leave the collaborative process, can my collaborative lawyer go with me?

Is a spouse required to use all of his or her money to pay for the nursing home cost of the other spouse?

In my Florida divorce case, will I have to pay for my spouse’s attorney?

In my Florida divorce case, how long does mediation last?

In Florida divorce cases, how do attorneys and judges contribute to parent alienation?

In Florida divorce cases, how do attorneys and judges contribute to parent alienation?

If we are already in litigation, can we switch to collaboration?

Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. | Family Law Attorney

Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. help anticipate issues before they emerge.  Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. has the best strategies for asset preservation and making sound decisions about health care for your loved one. Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. also provides help in establishing or fighting adult guardianships.

Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. urges his clients to take advantage of Florida’s collaborative divorce process. In collaborative divorce, each party works together to solve issues, including division of assets and debts, child custody and support and spousal support. The collaborative divorce process can be faster than a hostile court proceeding. In cases that involve children, Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. suggests the collaborative divorce process.  The collaborative divorce process encourages parents to make decisions as a team, rather than as adversaries.