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About the Firm

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At Ambrose Family Law, we believe knowledge is power. The more you know about the law in light of the particulars of your case, the better decisions you can make for you and your family.

Our job not only is  to advocate for your interests in the local courts, but to use our knowledge and experience, accumulated over 30 years and thousands of cases, to guide you in making choices about your future.We tell you the truth, even when it hurts.

Most importantly, though, we then craft a legal strategy to ensure the best resolution to meet your family’s needs, while still protecting your personal legal interests.

Whether you are considering divorce, separation, or a step-parent adoption, or you need to petition the court for modification of a previous child support or timesharing order, we are here to serve you in all family law matters. For answers to some of your most pressing questions about divorce in Florida, please read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section of our site. (You can search by category.) To schedule a consultation with Sandra Ambrose, contact our office today.

About Sandra K. Ambrose, Esq.

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Sandra K. Ambrose is a Martindale-Hubbell AV-Rated Preeminent Lawyer (2012-2016), one of theTop Women Lawyers in Orlando, Florida (2011-2012)  and the founding attorney of Ambrose Family Law, a leading divorce and family law firm in Lake Mary, Florida.

Ms. Ambrose received a B. A. degree (cum laude) from the University of South Florida in 1980 and a J.D. from the Florida State University College of Law in 1985. She was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1986. She served as General Magistrate/Hearing Officer for the 18th Judicial Circuit Family Division from March 1993 until July 2003 where she heard thousands of family related matters, such as child support enforcement, child custody, equitable distribution, paternity, and divorces, as well as mental health cases.

In 2003, Ms. Ambrose joined one of Seminole County’s oldest and most respected law firms, Stenstrom, McIntosh, Colbert & Whigham, P.A. as one of the firm’s two divorce and family lawyers.

Ms. Ambrose left Stenstrom to opened her own law firm in 2013 and she continues to represent clients in need of divorce (dissolution of marriage), modifications of prior orders for support and timesharing, child support and custody/timesharing, alimony and spousal support, contempt and enforcement actions, paternity, guardian advocacy actions for dependent children and step-parent or other relative adoptions.

A skilled and experienced litigator and negotiator, Ms. Ambrose advocates for her clients in the courtroom as well as protecting their interests during alternative dispute negotiations, such as mediation, arbitration, or private settlements. Her experience on the bench, as well as in front of the bench, adds a valuable perspective to share with her clients before, during and after the negotiation and litigation process.

Ms. Ambrose received Supreme Court recognitions for her pro bono work with the Seminole County Guardian ad Litem program. In 2006, she was recognized by the Seminole County Bar Association Legal Aid Society for her contribution in serving the local community as a Pro Bono attorney. She has been an adjunct professor in legal studies at both Valencia Community College and Rollins College, and has spoken to attorneys and non-lawyers on many issues, including, The Art of Negotiation, Sunshine Law in Florida, Evidence in the Hearing Process.

Ms. Ambrose received Supreme Court recognitions for her pro bono work with the Seminole County Guardian ad Litem program. In 2006, she was recognized by the Seminole County Bar Association Legal Aid Society for her contribution in serving the local community as a Pro Bono attorney. She has been an adjunct professor in legal studies at both Valencia Community College and Rollins College, and has spoken to attorneys and non-lawyers on many issues, including, The Art of Negotiation, Sunshine Law in Florida, Evidence in the Hearing Process.

Sandra K. Ambrose, Martindale-Hubbell, AV-Rated Preeminent Lawyer, 2012-2106.

Ms. Ambrose lives and works in Seminole County, Florida. She represents clients in Seminole, Orange, Volusia, Lake and Osceola Counties in matters related to martial separation and divorce. If you are require an experienced lawyer to represent you in your divorce (or related matters) case, please contact Ambrose Family Law today to schedule a consultation.

Ms. Ambrose lives and works in Seminole County, Florida. She represents clients in Seminole, Orange, Volusia, Lake and Osceola Counties in matters related to martial separation and divorce.

If you are require an experienced lawyer to represent you in your divorce (or related matters) case, please contact Ambrose Family Law today to schedule a consultation.