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Orlando Divorce Team

When you need an Orlando FL divorce attorney, Orlando Divorce Team, P.A. is the firm to turn to. Our attorneys have decades of collective experience helping clients through a difficult time in their lives. We know the end of your marriage means profound change and we’ll do everything we can to make sure your fresh start comes with the money you need to move on. If you have children, we’ll also fight passionately on your behalf to protect the important relationships that you have with your kids.

As soon as you begin considering the end of your marriage, give us a call to learn what your options are and how an attorney can assist you. Our attorneys can provide answers to key questions including:

  • What should I do if I’m considering divorce?
  • What are my rights and obligations in a Florida divorce?
  • How can an Orlando FL divorce attorney help me?

What Should You do If You’re Considering Divorce in Florida?

If you are considering divorce in Florida, you need to find an attorney who can provide you with advice. You want to do things like:

  • Stop taking on joint debt and close shared credit cards so you don’t become responsible for your spouse’s financial decisions.
  • Assemble financial records so you know what shared assets you have.
  • Think ahead to a future as a single person: how your divorce will work, what will happen to your kids, and how can you make sure your needs are met?

Orlando Divorce Team, P.A. can help you understand how Florida’s divorce laws are going to shape your future and can help you know what to expect. As you move forward with ending your marriage, we’ll be there every step of the way.

What are Your Rights in a Florida Divorce?

Many issues must be decided in a Florida divorce including:

  • How is parenting time divided? Who gets custody and visitation? Who makes decisions about a child’s upbringing?
  • Will either parent pay child support? How much?
  • How is marital property divided?
  • How is marital debt divided?
  • What happens to pensions?
  • Is either spouse entitled to alimony? How much and for how long will spousal support be paid?

If you have a prenuptial agreement or a postnuptial agreement, it can be controlling on some issues but not child custody or child support.  Parents can’t waive a child’s right to support and custody must be divided at the time the couple splits up and not based on a hypothetical future separation.

Without a prenup or a postnup, you can resolve many issues relevant to divorce through negotiating an out-of-court settlement with your spouse. Before you agree, however, you should know what you are entitled to by law. You can also litigate the relevant issues in court and have a judge decide.  Florida rules like equitable distribution of property and the best interests of the child standard are going to determine what you are entitled to and what the outcome of your divorce is.

An Orlando FL divorce attorney can assist with negotiation of your divorce agreement or with presenting a compelling case in court. Orlando Divorce Team, P.A. knows the law and we can put our legal experience to work in helping you with your dissolution of marriage.

How Can an Orlando FL Divorce Attorney Help You?

Your attorney will be a strong advocate fighting for your right to see your kids and your right to your fair share of marital property and assets.  Orlando Divorce Team, P.A. will try hard to get your divorce over as quickly as possible with a settlement and custody arrangement you are happy with.

We can handle everything from a simple divorce to complex dissolutions with high-net worth spouses and hidden assets. Give us a call today to learn more about the legal services we provide to couples throughout the Florida area.

Orlando Divorce Attorney

Orlando Office

509 W Colonial Dr #202

Orlando, Florida 32804