Do you plan on getting a divorce?
Ending a marriage impacts every aspect of your life. It is not just a legal problem. Divorce changes your marital status, your financial situation, your relationship with friends, family and even your children. Divorce changes the way you feel about yourself and brings with it huge emotional changes and traumas.
Virtually every part of your life will be touched, and in almost all instances the impact will be negative. We strive to help our clients through their divorce with professionalism, integrity, and compassion.
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How long is the divorce process?
Depending on the type of divorce, the timeframe can range from 1 month to years.
What types of divorces are there?
- Simplified divorce (no children and no property).
- A divorce that includes children and property.
- A divorce that includes children and no property.
- A divorce that includes property and no children.
- A collaborative divorce.
Can you get a divorce in Florida if your Spouse does not live in Florida?
If you have been a resident of the State of Florida for at least 6 months prior to the filing of the Petition and are not deemed mentally incapacitated, you may obtain a divorce in Florida even though your Spouse does not live in Florida. If there are minor children and the children do not reside with you in Florida, then the child-related issues may not be heard.
Is mediation required in a litigated divorce proceeding?
Prior to trial, mediation is mandatory as an attempt for the Parties to resolve the issues in their divorce.
Is fault considered in a Florida divorce?
Florida is a no-fault State. The only consideration is that there are irreconcilable differences. Fault may be considered as a factor when deciding the issue of alimony/spousal support.