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Heather Quick

Heather Quick

Florida Women's Law Group

Heather Brooke Quick is the founder and CEO of the only divorce and family law firm for women in Northeast Florida, Florida Women’s Law Group, located in Jacksonville, Florida. Her vision for Florida Women’s Law Group began with a passion for changing the way women in Florida undergo divorce. By offering family and marital law services specifically for women, Florida Women’s Law Group works in a consistent and reliable way to advocate for women in the divorce process. The firm educates and empowers women on their rights and the law, so they can find the strength to endure the process and end up better financially and emotionally.\

Actively engaged in the local legal community, Heather Quick is a member of the American Bar Association, Jacksonville Bar Association and the Jacksonville Beach Bar Association. She serves on the Family Law Rules Committee for the Florida Bar and the executive board for Junior Achievement. Heather is a member of the National Organization for Women, Jacksonville Women’s Lawyer Association and is a Trustee for the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce. Heather is rated by Martindale Hubbell as AV Distinguished® and “Superb” by AVVO, both the highest ratings available. She has been named as a Woman of Influence and an Ultimate Attorney by the Jacksonville Business Journal is consistently featured in Jacksonville Magazine’s Best Lawyer edition and is a top rated Local Legal Authority for national publications American Lawyer and Corporate Counsel. Heather has been selected to the 2017 Florida Super Lawyers list and she has earned the title “Legal Elite” by Florida Trends magazine.

Consistent with her message and mission of women empowerment, Heather has published three books Women’s Guide to Divorce in Florida, Is Divorce Right for You and Women’s Guide to Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur. Heather continues to work on issues that affect women and participate in programs designed to elevate women in the area of business and particularly as entrepreneurs. “Women have so much more to offer than they give themselves credit for, and it is time we lift one another up and call attention to all of our wonderful achievements.”

A Jacksonville native, Heather, and her husband reside in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida with their three children and two dogs.

(904) 299-0669

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Florida Women's Law Group
4.1
Based on 46 reviews
Heather Quick is an exceptional attorney. I met with her today for the first time as a consult after my divorce a few months ago . All I can say is I wish I had known about her before I signed off on my divorce papers.. I urge any woman looking to expand her knowledge on this whole crazy divorce proceeding world to explore the office of Heather Quick. She’s extremely knowledgeable and will be your pitbull and fight for everything that is justifiably in your favor. Even though I felt my divorce attorney was good , Heather has that certain charismatic charm that can sting like a bee, and float like a butterfly with confidence and a cutting sword ! I couldn’t be more impressed by her knowledge, presence, and willingness to Go up against what many may Be intimidated by. Thank you for your help Heather, you helped calm my concerns .
Caroline Jenney
Caroline Jenney
10:33 11 Sep 19
Competent, hardworking women who work hard for their clients. I would recommend this team to anyone looking for a family law attorney.
Michelle Cook
Michelle Cook
18:40 19 Aug 19
Heather and her entire firm is amazing. I didn’t have a divorce situation, but she listened to our situation and was kind enough to handle it for us. Heather is a no nonsense attorney and gets matters handled fast. Would not hesitate to use her again.
Debbie Shearer
Debbie Shearer
22:10 22 Mar 19

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About Jacksonville Divorce Law

From a legal standpoint, getting married is often far easier than getting divorced. Between ensuring that there is an equitable division of property, determining parenting time, dividing retirement accounts, and other formalities, the process of divorce can be both expensive and time-consuming. While many people can, and do, undertake this process without an Jacksonville divorce attorney, there are a number of specific items involved that can use an divorce attorney’s legal experience.

A Glimpse of Marriage and Divorce in the U.S.

In spite of an often-quoted statistic that half of all U.S. marriages end in divorce, the divorce rate is actually dropping and now stands at about 39 percent, according to a 2018 article from Time. However, it isn’t because the millennials—who have now entered adulthood, the workplace, and even matrimony—have found the key to a long-lasting relationship. It is, rather, that they’re delaying marriage, with recent Census figures revealing that the average age for a first marriage is around 30 for men and 28 for women. In 2003, these ages were 27 and 25 respectively. The frequently cited reason for delaying marriage is to gain financial security first, the article notes, adding that many couples are choosing to cohabitate rather than marry.

Reasons to Hire a Jacksonville Divorce Attorney

Jacksonville Divorce attorneys fall into a legal practice area known as family law. Family law is focused on assisting individuals with legal matters pertaining to family relationships. In addition to divorce, family law also covers annulment, child custody and visitation, as well as adoption. Some of the reasons people seek the help of an experienced Jacksonville divorce attorney include:

  • They don’t wish to navigate the legal arena themselves. The legalities of divorce involve a lot of paperwork and timelines. Jacksonville divorce attorneys are educated and trained to deal with this type of work, while many of their clients are not.
  • There are children involved in the marriage. Divorcing with children involves a lot of provisions, such as which parent the child will primarily reside with; a parenting schedule that covers the school year, summer vacation, and holidays; and child support, along with other considerations.
  • You and your spouse disagree on some matters that must be decided, such as child custody or division of assets. It is important if there are disagreements that you don’t try to settle those disagreements in court without a Jacksonville divorce lawyer to assist you, particularly if your spouse has a lawyer.
  • Your case is complex, due to high-value assets or business ownership.
  • You or your spouse has a retirement plan. Often these plans are considered a marital asset and will need to be divided equitably through a Qualified Domestic Relations Order.
  • Your spouse is not sharing all of his or her financial information with you. Because many things such as equitable division of assets or expenses and the determination of spousal maintenance relies on your finances, if you are having difficulty obtaining this information, a lawyer in Jacksonville can help.
  • You or your spouse will need maintenance support. The laws in Florida may help you determine how much this support will be or how long it will last. Your Jacksonville divorce lawyer understands the complexities surrounding spousal maintenance.
  • You have real estate. Selling a home during a divorce can be a tricky situation that needs the expertise of someone trained in family law. Additionally, if you or your spouse wishes to live in the house for a time after the divorce, this impacts the division of your marital property in ways that an attorney can help you understand.

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