Affordable Representation For Marriage Dissolution In South Florida
When a marriage ends, the process of divorce can make an already difficult situation even more painful, but a strong, successful divorce attorney can lessen that pain. At the Splitsville Family Law, we recognize the toll divorce can take on even the strongest of people. To that end, we will help to resolve your divorce efficiently and affordably through strong legal advocacy. Rand Lieber is both a skilled litigator and an effective negotiator who will guide you through the process that best fits your circumstances and the outcome you desire. Whether your breakup is amicable or bitter, we will represent your interests with the tenacity you deserve. From start to finish, we will be available to discuss your questions and concerns, providing your case with personalized attention.
The Basics Of Divorce In Florida
In Florida, divorce is referred to as a dissolution of marriage. Florida does not allow divorce on fault grounds; the only requirement is that one of the parties must be able to prove that the marriage is irretrievably broken. Either party can file for divorce as long as one of them has been a resident of Florida for the six months preceding the filing. Whether you need help with a simplified dissolution or expect a long, protracted fight, we will represent your interests effectively and efficiently.
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Experienced Attorney Helps Clients Divide Marital Debt
When marital debt is involved, we will help sort out whether debts are part of the marriage or separate under Florida law. If you and your spouse are unable to agree on who will be responsible for outstanding debt, we will address the matter in court. We won’t let a debt you aren’t legally responsible for be an unfair burden on your future.
Child Support Attorney In Florida Protects Your Children’s Financial Welfare
Florida courts stress that each parent is responsible for supporting their children. Support can include health insurance, school tuition, and other essentials. As with nearly any other matter in a divorce, parents are free to draft an agreement they both can live with. We can guide you through this process to make sure that the agreement is an equitable one.
When parents cannot agree on support, Florida law has established guidelines to help the court determine an equitable arrangement that is in the best interest of the children. In addition to these guidelines, external factors may require some modification of the payment structure and amount of support. Whether you must pay support or are expecting to receive it, we will ensure the court has the information it needs to make a fair determination.
Experienced Advocacy For Property Division In Florida Divorces
When it comes to dividing property in a divorce, Florida is an equitable distribution state, which means that marital property — property acquired by either spouse during the marriage — must be split fairly but not necessarily evenly. Determining what constitutes marital property and separate property can be complicated, so it’s essential you are guided by an experienced attorney who understands the laws in Florida governing asset division. We ensure the court has a full financial accounting of personal property, bank accounts, stocks and other assets so that it can make an accurate decision that protects your financial rights.
Contact a Florida divorce lawyer in Hollywood for affordable and quality representation
Divorce is difficult under even the best circumstances. If your marriage is ending, you deserve personalized support from an experienced divorce attorney. The Splitsville Family Law will work to protect your interests and those of your children in Broward and Miami-Dade counties. To schedule an initial appointment at our Hollywood office, call us at (954) 928-9995 or contact us online.
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