The reason for the dissolution of marriage, however, may be considered under certain limited circumstances, resulting in a determination of alimony, equitable distribution of marital assets and debts, and the development of a parenting plan, if minor children are involved.

The reason for the dissolution of marriage, however, may be considered under certain limited circumstances, resulting in a determination of alimony, equitable distribution of marital assets and debts, and the development of a parenting plan, if minor children are involved.

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Divorce almost always comes with loads of stress and anxiety.   Spouses often do not know their legal rights and obligations. Court clerks and judges can answer some basic questions, but cannot give legal advice.   Only an attorney can provide legal advice.

Outcomes in a dissolution of marriage include, but are not limited to, the division of assets and debts, awards of spousal support, awards of child support, and decisions on parental responsibility and/or time-sharing schedules. There is no one-size-fits-all or standard dissolution of marriage in Florida.

Pathways you may face…

Depending on your case, there are statutory requirements and court rules that must be strictly followed, or you may lose certain rights permanently. The most common include:

  • Divorce Counseling
  • Equitable Distribution
  • Alimony
  • Child Custody
  • Parenting Plan/Time Share Agreement
  • Child Support

Other related matters…

  • Domestic Violence Injunctions
  • Name Change
  • Post Dissolution of Marriage
  • Determinization of Paternity

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