Florida Divorce and Family Law Attorney’s.
In Florida, there are two different types of divorce – uncontested and contested. A contested divorce occurs when spouses cannot settle issues and the major issue is often about child support, time sharing, alimony, and division of property. Alternatively, an uncontested divorce occurs when both spouses are in agreement over the pertinent issues pertaining to an amicable settlement.
A Divorce, or Dissolution of Marriage in Florida, may be one of the most stressful challenges you and your family may go through. While the process may be difficult, it is essential and necessary to handle divorce with promptness and with care. Florida is a no-fault divorce state, meaning the spouse requesting a divorce may do so without providing any proof that the other spouse doing anything wrong.
Divorce, or Dissolution of Marriage is not an easy process to go through. Marriage end for all different reasons, and we understand the emotional concerns, as well as the legal concerns that our attorney’s at the law firm of Smith and Eulo are prepared for and ready to help with. Many concerns that the lawyers at Smith and Eulo are here to fight for you on are child support, any visitation rights, Alimony, and the equitable distribution of marital assets. Our compassionate, competent and aggressive Attorney’s will walk you through uncontested, and contested divorces, with or without children.
In order to file for a no-fault divorce in Florida, there are three things you must prove:
- The marriage is valid
- The marriage is irreconcilable and irretrievable
- One party has been a Florida resident for six months
If you want to learn more about your divorce and would like a free consultation with compassionate, understanding, aggressive attorneys. Please call our office at 407-930-8912.