Dissolution of Marriage Broward County
Broward County and Miami-Dade County Divorce
Every year, thousands of couples marry, and many couples choose to divorce. If you have been served with divorce papers, or if you are considering divorce as an option, then you need to speak with a legal representative as soon as possible in order to begin preparing for your future. Every divorce case comes with various elements that must be addressed and unique issues that must be resolved.
Many of these may include child support, timesharing of a child, division of assets and debts, and alimony, among other issues. Deciding these issues can be extremely difficult and could lead to difficult court proceedings. That is why you need the help of an experienced Broward County divorce lawyer from Lindsay A. Feldman, P.A. to help protect your rights throughout the process. I am a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator as well as an experienced trial attorney.
There are essentially two different types of divorce: contested and uncontested. Contested divorce occurs when one party does not want the divorce to proceed or when agreements cannot be reached regarding the various terms of divorce. It is important for you to take the necessary precautions to protect your assets and rights during divorce proceedings. Dissolution of marriage is an option that is provided for the purpose of relief; however, if you do not obtain the provisions you need, then this may not provide relief as much as hardship for you.
Guiding You Step by Step Through the Divorce Process
Without skilled representation, you could be left with highly undesirable circumstances for your future. Issues such as child timesharing, alimony, and property division can be highly contested, so it is important that you have the representation you need in order to effectively pursue the arrangements that will work best for you and your children.
As an attorney I understand the severity of the situation you face and I can provide you with the representation you need. Utilize my case evaluation form in order to begin the process of retaining a skilled family law attorney. Do not hesitate; contact a Broward County divorce attorney from my firm as soon as possible.