North Palm Beach, Florida
Nestled in the north part of Palm Beach County is a small Incorporated Village known as North Palm Beach. Its population as of the 2004 US Census Bureau is 12,645. John D MacArthur BART 2600 acres of land in northern Palm Beach County in 1954 four $5.5 million. The rural area which sat on mangrove swamps and farmland was then developed by MacArthur and is now North Palm Beach. According to the United States Census Bureau, the size of the village is a total area of 5.8 square miles
The first mayor of North Palm Beach, Walter E Thomas Jr. Was elected in 1958. The Thomas family was the 55th family to move in to the village. This small municipality has maintained relative prosperity because of its many waterfront homes that line the Atlantic Ocean and is now spurred on by the increase in development in northern Palm Beach County in the last 10 years.
There are many notable residents in North Palm Beach including Jeff Atwater, State Sen.; 25th district, Gardner Dickinson PGA golfer, Mike Douglas famous American entertainer, Ryan Klesko retired Maj. league baseball first baseman, Jack Nicholas golf legend and course architect, Sir Harry Oakes, early developer of the area and Gary Wiren PGA Hall of Famer; famous golf instructor and collector.
The people of North Palm Beach and the surrounding communities are served by the North County Courthouse located in Jupiter. The North County branch is a full-service Courthouse housing the Circuit and County courts which handle all types of divorce and family cases as well as, civil and criminal cases. Our office routinely represents people in divorce and family matters in the North County Courthouse. Our office is a full-service divorce and family law firm that handles all divorce and post divorce matters including modifications and appeals. We are very experienced in handling all types of cases, whether they be high assets complex litigation or simplified divorces with low assets. We appreciate that parties are always concerned with the potential costs in their case, and accordingly we explore settlement whenever that is in the client's best interest. However when necessary we are highly experienced trial lawyers and will take a case to trial when settlement has failed.We have been representing clients in North County for 40 years and are familiar with the judges and support staff in the North County Courthouse.
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