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Garth R. GoodmanAttorney at Law

Divorce and Family law attorney Garth R Goodman, PA in St. Petersburg, FL, has over 25 years of litigation experience. Mr. Goodman provides you with personalized attention to the following areas of divorce and family law.

  • 25 years of litigation experience in divorce and family law proceedings
  • Complex and high asset divorces
  • Child Custody, Visitation and Parenting Plans
  • Division of marital assets and debts
  • Alimony issues
  • Post Judgment Modification and Enforcement
  • LGBTQ divorce
“It’s important to put quality advocacy on your side during this emotional time.”

I come from a family of divorce. My parents divorced in 1976 right before my 9th birthday, which I remember vividly. I understand first-hand the financial and emotional toll a divorce may have on a family. As the lawyer with Garth R Goodman, PA, I will personally handle your case and speak with you individually.

I graduated from Stetson University in DeLand, FL in 1989. I went on to graduate with honors in 1991 from Stetson University College of Law. I have been a sole practitioner emphasizing in divorce and family law with over 25 years of litigation experience. I am a member of the St. Petersburg Bar Association, the District of Columbia Bar Association & the Florida Bar.

Attempting to tackle a legal matter on your own can negatively impact the outcome of your case.
I welcome the opportunity to speak with you regarding the specific facts and circumstances of your case. To set an appointment, please contact my Office, Garth R Goodman, PA.

Bar Admissions
  • State of Florida
Professional Associations
  • St. Petersburg Bar Association
  • District of Columbia Bar Association
  • Florida Bar Association
  • J.D. — Stetson University College of Law, 1991
    • With honors
  • B.A. — Stetson University – DeLand, Florida, 1989


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