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Divorce can be stressful and can have significant emotional and economic impacts on everyone involved in the family. Knowing what options are available to you can help reduce that stress by understanding what lies ahead of you. If you are considering divorce and have questions with regards to your rights, the process, and the anticipated costs, contact Allen Law, P.A. for a free* initial consultation.
Florida provides a simplified divorce process for parties who have no children and where neither spouse is seeking alimony. Certainly, this is the least costly of all the alternatives of divorce and often times can by handled without an attorney. Even so, Allen Law, P.A. can help the parties with the drafting of the paperwork necessary to effect a simplified dissolution for a minimal fee. Contact us today for your free* initial consultation.
If you do not qualify for simplified dissolution, but you and your spouse agree on everything, an uncontested divorce can help shorten the process and limit the cost to both parties. This will also have the least impact emotionally on you and your children if both parties are able to reach agreement before undertaking a marital dissolution action. The parties must agree on how property and liabilities will be divided, what, if any alimony will be paid, and custody and visitation arrangements. Child support is determined by statute, and even though the court may take into consideration other various factors, often times it is the guidelines provided in the statute that sets the child support. Contact Allen Law, P.A. today to discuss your uncontested divorce. The initial consultation is free*.
In many divorce cases, differences manifest and prevent both parties from a smooth and cooperative divorce. If there are numerous issues to be resolved, the process can become lengthy and drawn-out making the contested divorce very costly. Unlike a simplified or uncontested divorce action, representation by an attorney becomes even more important so that your rights are protected.
In a contested divorce the parties will first enter mediation before any judicial intervention. If the parties are unable to reach an agreement during mediation or through a negotiated settlement agreement, the divorce matter will move to trial. Like other regular court trials, evidence will be presented and testimony will be taken in front of a judge who will determine the verdict for your divorce case. As part of the representation, Allen Law, P.A. helps you investigate and gather information through discovery prior to the trial.
Allen Law, P.A. understands how hard it is to get out from a marriage and we will fight hard for you and help you to move forward. Contact us today to set up your free* initial consultation.
Allen Law, P.A. understands that divorce can be costly and that today more and more people are choosing to enter into a divorce proceeding on their own (in other words, pro se – you are choosing to represent yourself). There may be times, however, during this process where you may need assistance with a specific aspect of the case, such as a motion for temporary child support or alimony, temporary relief, or with writing the settlement agreement or proposed final order. Allen Law, P.A. is here to help with a limited representation aimed at providing you that specific assistance. Contact us today to set up your free* initial consultation.