Immigration is our specialty – but our services go beyond providing you with the legal representation you need to obtain employment, a student visa, residency or citizenship and naturalization.


Family Law​

Family related legal matters are among the most difficult and emotionally charged. We are a committed and compassionate law firm dedicated to helping clients with various family related matters.


Personal Injury

Been in an accident? What should you do next? Being in an accident with injuries and property damage can get expensive. Let Peterson St. Philippe Law Office will help you in your personal injury case.

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Peterson St. Philippe Law Office

The Law Office of the Peterson St. Philippe is a full-service immigration law firm. At the Law Office of Peterson St. Philippe, P.A., we strive to provide effective advocacy, offer compassionate counsel, and deliver complete solutions to your immigration challenges. We understand that the choice of an immigration attorney impacts families and communities in a profound and personal way.

This is why we provide individualized attention to every case. We promise to listen to your story and to use our extensive experience and expertise to fight for you and your family.


12 Years Of Legal Experience


Immigration is our specialty!

Family Law

Obtaining lawful residence...

Personal Injury

Been in an accident?


Should I hire an attorney for my immigration case?

A good immigration attorney can be the difference between approval and denial. With your future in the Unites States on the line, it is best to hire someone to advocate on your behalf and increase your chances of success.

Can I wait after I file my case to hire an attorney?

The best practice is to consult an attorney before filing any case. If you choose to move forward with filing after the consultation, it is always recommended to be assisted by a licensed and competent attorney as the smallest mistakes in the beginning of the filing process can cause unnecessary delays and even denial.

How does the Court determine custody?

In Florida the Court's no longer award custody. The Court's impose a parenting plan and time sharing schedule. Neither parent is designated as the "custodial" parent and neither parent is designated as the visiting parent. Part of the parenting plan is that parents are expected to co-parent their children.

What to do after a personal injury accident?
  • Take photos of your injuries
  • Visit a doctor if you haven’t already
  • If you have visited a doctor, follow their care plan and attend all follow-up appointments
  • Write down a narrative of what happened while it’s still fresh in your head
  • Make a list of witnesses and their contact information if you know it
  • Follow any additional instructions from your attorney