Who We Serve 2014-09-30T19:28:29+00:00

“Our clients come to us at some of the most difficult times in their lives. We understand that and give each client the time and attention they deserve.”

Disability Claims and Appeals

We are dedicated to representing individuals of all ages who are unable to work because of a physical, mental, or emotional disability. We assist these individuals in obtaining the Disability Insurance Benefits (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) from the Social Security Administration or Long-Term disability insurance benefits from private insurance companies. If your application for SSDI or SSI has been denied, contact us for a free consultation with a Tallahassee disability attorney. You only have sixty days from the date of your denial to file your appeal so don’t delay. If we’re able to represent you, you will not have to pay anything unless we win your appeal and obtain benefits for you.

 Family Law Cases

  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Division of Marital Assets
  • Spousal Support
  • Child Visitation

Divorce is an unfortunate reality that many of our clients face. For some it comes after a few years of marriage and for others it comes after decades of marriage.  Its a life changing event that is  painful, full of stress and overwhelming. It’s often during these time of our lives that we feel the most vulnerable, lost and alone. Shouldering these kinds of emotions alone and trying to make legal decisions can be problematic and complicate your litigation moving forward. Here at the Liebenhaut Law office, our primary concern is helping you from day one. We want to support and represent you during your time of need. It’s our goal is to  reduce the amount of emotional stress associated with Divorce, Child Custody or the Division of Martial Assets. We want to hear your story. What brought you to this point? Why did you choose divorce? What do you worry the most about? What are your biggest concerns? We want to thoroughly understand you and your situation. By doing so we can give you a Best Case scenario, A Worst Case scenario, and the most likely outcome of your case. We will inform you on how to move forward both in a legal sense and on a personal level. You will want to know what the courts will be expecting of you, what they will be pleased with, and what they will be displeased with.