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undefined undefinedThere will be countless crucial legal decisions that you will be faced with when moving forward with a divorce or separation. Legally ending a marriage will certainly be one of the most emotional experiences, but it can also have several legal implications that could cause your life to change as you know it.

From important judgments involving your children to other choices involving the separation of your property and marital assets, having the guidance and support of a qualified legal professional will be needed to secure the best possible resolution. Because divorce can be a deeply emotional experience for both spouses and children, it is very common to see even the most amicable of couples get caught up in the stress and turmoil of the divorce process. For this reason, seeking legal representation from a qualified and skilled divorce attorney cannot be more important. Every case is unique and should never be approached with a cookie-cutter or one-size-fits-all solution.

Contact our divorce attorney at (321) 428-2247 for your initial case consultation.

Serving Men & Women in All Types of Divorce Cases

In the state of Florida, divorce (often referred to as a “dissolution of marriage”) can be filed with or without fault. This means the only requirement needed to dissolve a marital relationship is for one of the parties to prove that the marriage is irretrievably broken. Once this has been proven, the divorce proceeding can be uncontested or contested.

An uncontested divorce refers to separating couples who agree on all issues involved in the divorce. This method is typically used by divorcing couples who do not have children or do not have a lot of marital property to divide. On the other hand, a contested divorce refers to separating couples who disagree on one or more issues involved in the divorce.

Our divorce attorney can be of assistance with various legal matters, such as:

  • Alimony
  • Annulment
  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Child relocation
  • Contested / uncontested divorce
  • Emergency divorce issues
  • Fathers’ rights
  • Military divorce
  • Mothers’ rights
  • Parenting plans
  • Parental kidnapping
  • Prenuptial / Postnuptial agreements
  • Same-sex couples
  • Separation agreements

We strive to keep your legal matters as private as possible by reaching resolutions with little to no court involvement. Our firm can help negotiate a settlement or reach a favorable conclusion by utilizing a more collaborative approach. If negotiation or other means cannot prove to be beneficial to your situation, however, we can aggressively advocate on your behalf through litigation.

For the personalized, tailored solutions your case needs, call us at (321) 428-2247 today.