Jupiter, Florida

The town of Jupiter is a medium-sized city in the North part of Palm Beach County, Florida. The estimated population for 2009 is 50,606. A popular vacation spot, Jupiter is often referred to as a "beach town".

Jupiter is well known for its notable landmark, the Jupiter Inlet lighthouse, completed in 1860. The lighthouse is often used as the symbol for Jupiter. Jupiter was incorporated on February 9, 1925.

The median income for a household in the town is $54,945, and median income for a family is $64,073. There are many transplanted Northerners who can afford expensive, luxurious vacation homes who now call Jupiter home. Most "snowbirds "eventually become year-round residents and are predominantly from the New York City metropolitan area (including Connecticut and New Jersey) in the Boston area in Massachusetts.

There are many notable residents and Jupiter, including, Tori Amos, singer/songwriter, Celine Dion, Grammy award winning Canadian singer, Drew Garrett, actor Burt Reynolds, well known actor and many well-known professional golfers and sports figures.

The people of Jupiter and the surrounding communities are served by the North County Courthouse located in Jupiter. The court is comprised of the circuit and County courts and are full-service courts handling all types of divorce and family cases as well as probate, civil and criminal cases. Our office routinely represents people in divorce and family matters and probate cases in the North County Courthouse. We have been representing clients in North County for 38 years and we are familiar with the judges and support staff in the North County Courthouse. Protect your rights by calling us at 561-833-2772 or contact our office online.