When faced with criminal charges or personal family issues, the attorney you choose to represent you can make a great deal of difference for your future. With over 50 years of collective experience on our side and an impressive record of success in defending and representing our clients, Tampa lawyers are equipped to handle all types of cases, from divorces to DUI through to the most serious of felony offenses.
Whether you are facing a contentious family issue that requires the assistance of the court or if you need a skilled lawyer to help you create a plan that is keeps the best interests of your children at heart, the Tampa attorneys at Taracks & Associates can help.
Our approach is energetic, aggressive, and dedicated. We truly believe that every person accused of a crime deserves a skilled defense lawyer to fight for their freedom.
An essential characteristics for an attorney is trial experience. Far too many lawyers only have book knowledge and rarely, if ever, see the inside of a courtroom. In both Florida’s family and criminal courts, our Tampa lawyers have extensive trial experience.
This means that whether you are facing a state or federal offense, or if you have a personal family matter that needs to be settled in a courtroom, Taracks & Associates has the ability to come to your side, and you can trust that your case will be of the highest quality.
The Tampa attorneys at Taracks & Associates comprehensively analyze every aspect of your case to determine the best approach to meet your legal needs.
In family law issues, we make sure your voice is always heard and you know exactly what your options are, no matter what you are facing. This means that we work to protect your children, your assets, and your future, even when you are going through a life-changing situation.
In addition, we take on criminal matters head on, aggressively challenging the credibility and reliability of the evidence against you, including lab results, witness statements, and police procedure. Remember, you are innocent until proven guilty. Our goal is to present strong reasonable doubt by challenging the evidence the prosecution has brought against you.