At your convenience call 386 503 7335 for your confidential Family Law consultation. Clients receive the personal service and quality representation they have always deserve and seriously expect to receive.

Firm Overview

This Boutique Law Firm extends discreet representation consistent with innovative principles of Therapeutic Justice. This approach is designed to allow the parties and our families to regain mutual accord and respect.

Whenever possible, clients select from an array of technologically advanced methods to shield against the natural fears of court intrusions.

This firm makes certain that it is with you and your loved-ones, every step of the way.

According to her clients, Lynnette Callender will make every effort to help you maintain your best interests since, unlike many divorce lawyers, she is a neighbor who appreciates confidentiality and client peace of mind.

As a former Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Department of Children and Families Attorney, whose responsibilities extended to both men and women, she is a formidable advocate who knows how to get these matters resolved.

From the Courts in New York City and its Suburbs, to the Courts in Northeastern Florida, this firm is always ready to shield Clients from risk the of victimization and lifelong mistakes.
Main Office
The Law Office of Lynnette J. Callender P.A.
The Pavilion
7 Florida Park Dr., Ste.B
Palm Coast  FL  32137
  • (386) 445-9625
  • (866) 779-5923


Free Initial Consultation?
The initial consultation is free and convenient.
Services Offered For Fixed Fees?
Divorce Mediation and Self-Help Family Law services services are available at value fixed rates.
Hourly Rates
Contested and complex Family Law Services are reasonably priced for the Palm Coast Area.

Office Information

Office Hours
9:00 am to Close of Business. Evening and Saturdays are available. By appointment.
Languages Spoken
English and Spanish
Has any lawyer ever discussed Therapeutic Justice with you? The Law Office of Lynnette J. Callender is available to let you know about the existence of the Court's philosophy of Therapeutic Justice.
While representing clients, the Law Office of Lynnette J. Callender recognized a critical need for an experienced Family Law representation, using optimal legal procedures in the law to promote Therapeutic Justice, which most people are unaware of. And briefly, this comprehensive approach emphasizes respect for the present and future needs of the client and family by the formal application of our Family Court laws. This approach to Divorce and Family Law incorporates every vital element of zealous legal representation while preserving family values and self-worth.

When I introduce myself and am asked what I "do," of course some snap a reply that they " . . . . hate lawyers." I understand why so many feel victimized by a typically bad divorce experience.

Accordingly I am able to confidently explain that my Divorce and Family Law clients " . . love me," because they know I do everything possible in the law to safeguard their well-being. Today, more than ever, the demand for a valued approach to Divorce and Family Law steadily rises as the number of my satisfied clients continues to grow.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

As a transplant, I was initially hesitant to open a law firm in Florida.

I was convinced that it was not practical to have a law office in the small city that is my home.

Fortunately, I received tremendous encouragement from my friends, neighbors and fellow members of the legal community because they know me as a service-oriented person who also happens to be an attorney.

Eventually, I built this practice, offering Estate Planning, Accidents and Real Estate Law services as well.

And while relying on years of experience in the New York Tri-State Metropolitan area, representing contentious litigants in highly volatile fields of law, I evaluated my greatest successes and courtroom experiences and brought these skills to my current practice.

Now, as a long-term Floridian, my Family and I built a vibrant network of friends and acquaintances across all demographic groups with whom many personal experiences have been shared.

While representing clients and arguing cases in our Courts, I recognized a critical need for a Family Law Attorney -- such as myself -- who practices and believes in the efficacy of Therapeutic Justice.

I concentrate on Therapeutic Justice in my Family Law matters since it emphasizes respect for the present and future needs of the client and family. This is approach is favored by Judges as well as clients since it incorporates every element of zealous legal representation, while preserving family values and self-worth.

When I introduce myself and am asked what I "do," of course some snap that they " . . . . hate lawyers." You've heard this as well, and we recognize that anyone who says this feels they have been victimized by a typically bad divorce experience.

Today, more than ever, the demand for the firm's Therapeutic Justice approach to Divorce and Family Law steadily rises as the number of my satisfied clients continues to grow.

When you call my cell# 386 503 7335, or office for an appointment you, too, will be amazed at how wonderful your life can be.

Lynnette J. Callender

I was raised in Queens, N.Y., and received my Bachelors of Arts Degree from Sarah Lawrence College, in Westchester County, New York. I received my Juris Doctorate Degree at Howard University School of Law, in Washington, D.C. As a Law Student, I was a Law Clerk researching and drafting opinions for Administrative Judges. I also served as a Legislative Intern for the Congressional House Ways and Means Committee, where I submitted a dossier on the Tax Reform Act. After graduation, I was appointed as a Field Attorney for the Federal Government and thereafter, argued cases in the both the New York Supreme Court and Federal Appeals Court.

When my family relocated to Florida, we committed ourselves to philanthropy and public service for the benefit of the public good. For several terms, I was appointed to the Daytona Beach Community College Board of Trustees, which established Daytona State College. Thereafter, I served as an Arbitrator in the Office of the State Attorney General and was certified as a Family Law arbitrator and mediator.

One of my cherished achievements include a Paul Harris Fellow Award from the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International, to eradicate Polio throughout the World.

My mentoring activities have ranged from Middle School reading programs to High School students programs. I continue to serve as a Flagler Palm Coast High School Mentor. And as far as volunteering and professionalism is concerned this and what follows is only my "Short List."

Florida Bar, Admitted in 1996

Howard University School of Law , Juris Doctor
Sarah Lawrence College, Bachelor of Arts
  • Bar Number: 99340
    Florida , 1996
  • Howard University School of Law
    Juris Doctor


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