We know that going through a divorce proceeding is a stressful and emotional process. Retaining an attorney knowledgeable in familylaw is an important first step in that process. Choosing a lawyer who explains both the substantive rights of parties during a divorce and the process and timeline of the divorce itself, helps parties to resolve their divorce as amicably as possible.
There are two grounds for divorce in Florida: the marriage is irretrievably broken or the mental incapacity of a spouse. As part of the divorce proceedings, parties are required by Florida law to attend mediation to try to work out the issue between themselves. The parties to a divorce proceeding (called Dissolution of Mariage Proceeding) will need to determine the parenting plan, if they have minor children, the division of themarital assets and marital liabilities, whether alimony or spousal support is appropriate, child support, if there are minor children, and attoreneys' fees. If the parties are unable to resolve all of these issues, then the judge will resolve the dispute at trial. To learn more about your rights and responsibilities during a dissolution of marriage proceeding, call our firm today at 407-505-4270.
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