If you've used the Internet to look for attorneys, you'll probably have reasons to do some other research as well. Here are a few links that you might find useful.
The Florida State Courts page has a section with all of the standard Family Law forms. Their site can be found at http://www.flcourts.org.
The Florida Bar is our mandatory association; all Florida attorneys must remain members in good standing in order to practice. The Bar's site has a great deal of information for the public, including an attorney search engine, and informational pamphlets that may be downloaded. The Bar's site is http://www.flabar.org.
If you're considering applying to The Florida Bar, or even considering attending law school, you should visit the web site of The Florida Board of Bar Examiners. They are a separate entity from The Florida Bar, yet the FBBE, and not The Florida Bar, determines who will be admitted. Their web site is http://www.floridabarexam.org.
If you are a lawyer, or if you know of a lawyer, who is experiencing significant personal problems -- alcohol or substance abuse, depression, or some other personal crisis -- Florida Lawyers' Assistance is the place to turn for help. Their site is http://www.fla-lap.org.
We in the Ninth Judicial Circuit (Orange and Osceola Counties) are fortunate to have excellent court web sites. The site for the Ninth Judicial Circuit is http://www.ninthcircuit.org. The site for the Orange County Clerk of Court is http://www.myorangeclerk.com. The site for the Osceola County Clerk of Court is http://www.osceolaclerk.com. These sites, collectively, provide answers to just about anything you'd want to know about the court system in this area.
Last but not least is the Orange County Bar Association. Our bar association is generally known to be the finest voluntary bar association in the nation. Its excellent programs are the model for bar associations throughout the country. Their site is http://www.orangecountybar.org.