According to Florida State Law, only marriages that are irretrievably broken can obtain a divorce. A Petition for Dissolution of Marriage is filed by one of the parties and the divorce proceedings begin. Ideally, it would be best for 2 spouses to settle their issues amicably, but that is not always the case. When there is a disagreement on the issues at hand – such as alimony, child support and custody, the divorce is then considered contested.

Everybody knows what a divorce is, but most people don’t realize just how intricate the steps and procedures are. On top of this, when you’re going through a divorce, it’s not easy to stay levelheaded about the issues at hand. It’s important that you have competent guidance on your side.  Divorces tend to get ugly for a variety of reasons. If you are skeptical about how much your spouse claims to earn, need to defend yourself from false allegations about the value of your assets or income, or are not sure about any part of the divorce process, please contact us immediately.  The divorce process can be long, stressful and overwhelming; it is in your best interest to be as prepared as possible.  We have the family law resources and divorce info that can help you defend your rights.

Our team of Family Law Board Certified Attorneys will give you the guidance you need to minimize the stress and damage that a divorce can cause.  Contact us today for a free consultation.