Divorce in Florida
Divorce laws vary from state to state. These laws impact how assets are distributed, decisions are made about children, and how child support and alimony are decided. Learn more about how divorce can impact you.
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The divorce process
Change is a natural part of life. When it comes to ending a marriage, you need a seasoned attorney that can help you navigate those changes. There's no time to waste. Learn more about the divorce process in Florida.
Most cases don’t make it to trial. Once information is exchanged, mediation is scheduled, and an agreement is reached regarding the children, assets and other considerations. Learn more about mediation in Florida.
Pretrial hearings and trial
Sometimes time-sensitive issues are decided early in a case and more complicated issues such as determining the value of a business are handled at a later stage. Learn more about family law hearings in Florida.
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Whether you are trying to obtain child support or make changes to a current child support order, it’s important to understand there are many things the court will consider and factor in when making its decision.
Child support is the right of the child, and the court will consider things like the age and special needs of the child, the income of the parties, whether a party is disabled, whether a party is voluntarily or involuntarily unemployed, whether there are additional sources of income a party is failing to disclose, whether a party is receiving support from another source that is frequent and ongoing, whether there were previous payments unaccounted for, and many other facts. This is why it is so important you sit down with an attorney to understand how Florida Child Support Guidelines and Florida Child Support laws affect your case.
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