Florida Divorce Law
Florida is a no fault state, which means that you can get divorced without your spouse's consent and for any reasons as long as you or your spouse has resided in Florida for at least six months. There are contested divorce cases where there is a spouse who does not wish to divorce, and contests the issues involved in the divorce, such as property division, child custody and support, and alimony. There are also uncontested divorce cases where the spouses have agreed to the divorce, but may still have issues of disagreement relating to those same issues.
Regardless of whether you decide to file for dissolution of marriage or to resolve your differences in a more collaborative approach, please consider the issues that will become pertinent as you proceed on this path:
- Medical and Dental Insurance Coverage
- Tax Consequences of Property Division and Alimony Payments
- Visitation and Time Sharing
- Shared Parental Responsibility
- Child Support
- Relocation Of Parent with Minor Child After Divorce
- Life Insurance and Retirement Benefits
We are here to represent you and your family in all your family law issues. Whether you are preparing for divorce, deciding issues of child support, custody, and time sharing, dividing marital assets and liabilities, or dealing with post-divorce problems, such as the need for the modification of a court order due to changed circumstances, we welcome the opportunity to discuss your legal issues and assist you with working out a favorable solution.
Call us at (305) 444-5554 or fill the form in the contact page to schedule a consultation.