Jacksonville Divorce Lawyer
Filing for Divorce in Florida: What You Need to Know
If you want to file for divorce—or if your spouse is filing for divorce—in Florida, there are a few important things to know. Florida is a no-fault divorce state. That means if you're requesting a divorce, you don't have to prove that your spouse did something wrong.
You'll also want to think about whether to file for contested or uncontested divorce. If you can come to an agreement over the terms of the divorce with your spouse, then you should file for uncontested divorce. If you can't agree on things like child support, alimony, and division of property, then contested divorce is the best solution.
No matter what your situation is, you can count on Weldon Law Group, PLLC for compassionate legal counsel and personalized representation. Our Jacksonville divorce lawyer, Attorney Ian Weldon, will be there with you every step of the way.
Get in touch with us today to request a free, confidential consultation; call (904) 712-2556.
Hiring a Divorce Lawyer Is Worth Your Time
Divorce is often a painful, stressful, and overwhelming experience for those involved. Even in the most straightforward and amicable of situations, you will need to navigate the complex family law process.
Not sure if you really need a divorce lawyer? Check out these reasons why it's important to work with a lawyer when navigating the Florida divorce process:
- A lawyer can fight to get you what you deserve, whether that's marital assets or child custody
- You're stressed during the divorce process, and you need someone who can help you to make level-headed decisions
- You may believe that you and your spouse will agree on property/asset division, spousal support, and child custody only to find that this is not the case
- An attorney can help facilitate the divorce process, saving you time and money
Mr. Weldon has over 12 years of legal experience and he can help make the divorce process simpler for you.
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