In Florida, a divorce may be contested (i.e., there is disagreement between the parties as to how the divorce is going to be handled) or uncontested, regular or simplified. Additionally, Florida recognizes a Collaborative Divorce model which keeps the parties out of the Court Room but instead working together towards an amicable resolution and hopefully maintain a positive bond between the parties. Contrary to what some believe, divorce does not have to create a “War of the Roses” situation. Your attorney should, however, be well equipped to fight for you when necessary and not just create issue for the sake of doing so. Contact Catania Legal Group, LLC in Orlando, Florida to discuss what options are available to your family. Important to note, Florida is a no-fault state. What does this mean? It does not matter that your partner does not agree to the dissolution of your marriage, and it does not matter if one spouse has done something to wreck the marriage (i.e. cheating, etc.), so long as the marriage is irretrievably broken, the Court will grant the request for a divorce. One of the basic requirements of a simplified dissolution is that the parties have agreed on the division of all of their assets and liabilities. However, not all families are eligible for a simplified dissolution of marriage procedure. Additionally, while one can find many forms online, the choices you make today can have a significant impact on your future. Your marriage and circumstances are not the same as your neighbors or a friend, contact Catania Legal Group, LLC to discuss your family. As simple as a situation may seem, it is more complicated than you think. Our family law attorney works closely with families to help them develop parenting plans and marital settlement agreements which will best suit the needs of their family. Our attorney can also assist with answering other questions, including tax concerns, that may arise, and other questions that you may have. It’s important to find an attorney in Central Florida whom you connect with and gives you the legal guidance through one of the most emotional events in your life. Have questions? We have answers. Contact Catania Legal Group, LLC today at 407.377.5453.
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