Experienced, Honest And Straightforward Naples-Area Lawyers

The attorneys at Antonio J. Perez-Benitoa, P.A., leverage more than 32 years of legal experience to offer detailed family law support to clients throughout the Naples, Florida, area. We believe it is our duty to provide honest and personalized representation that you can use to guide your family through a trying time in your lives while you search for the closure you need to move on.

In addition to his work at the firm, attorney Perez-Benitoa is a long-time Naples resident, and remains active in our community serving as a high school soccer and football coach while being active with various associations and organizations, including Mock Trial Judge, volunteer and leadership opportunities within the Collier County Volunteer Lawyer’s Project, Safe Children-Strong Families, The Collier County YMCA and the American Heart Association.

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Experience And Credentials You Can Rely On

As a Florida Bar board-certified marital and family law attorney, Tony Perez-Benitoa has represented clients in many different family law matters. In addition, he has served as a magistrate during numerous civil proceedings. This experience on the opposite side of the bench has given him insight into the expectations of judges and how these expectations can influence your family law proceedings. This knowledge, combined with his extensive negotiation, mediation and litigation skills, allows him to help you find resolutions to even the most complicated and emotionally charged family law matters.

Get Answers To Your Questions During An Initial Consultation

Antonio J. Perez-Benitoa, P.A., is based in Naples, and we proudly serve clients throughout the surrounding area. When you contact our firm, you can expect personalized attention, exemplary legal representation and attorneys who truly care about you and your case. To discuss your case with us in an initial consultation, call us at 239-206-4324 or fill out our online contact form.