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Osceola County Divorce Attorneys

Marriage Dissolution in Celebration, Florida

Working through a divorce, also known as the dissolution of marriage, can be among the most difficult and emotional events a family can experience. Between the division of assets, spousal support, and determining what is in the best interests of children, it can be difficult to know what to do or where to turn for help. You do not have to go through this experience alone. Whether you and your spouse are pursuing an uncontested divorce or you are facing the prospect of litigation, Celebration Law, PA can provide the counsel that you need. Our Osceola County divorce attorneys will work tirelessly to see that your interests and the interests of your family remain protected. When you are ready, help is only a phone call away.

Our firm can assist with all aspects of divorce proceedings including:

  • Asset division
  • Child support
  • Child custody
  • Spousal support (alimony)
  • Visitation agreements

Considering divorce? Call (407) 378-4205 and speak to an attorney about your legal options.

Defining Divorce under Florida Family Law

Florida is a no-fault divorce state, which means that nothing is required except a plea that the marriage is irretrievably broken or a plea of mental incapacity of one of the parties. Divorce also has a residency requirement in Florida. One or both of the parties must reside six months in the state before a divorce petition can be filed. There are various paths a divorce can take and the most fitting option will depend on factors such as the length of a marriage, the number of children, the financial situation of each spouse, and if spouses are able to work together on the terms of a divorce.

Methods for divorce include:

  • Uncontested divorce allows a couple to negotiate the terms of their divorce outside of a courtroom through legal pathways such as mediation or collaborative law. This process can save couples time, money, and headache but in order to proceed, spouses must be able to reach agreements on all terms of a divorce.
  • Contested Divorce may become necessary in situations where a couple cannot reach an agreement on one or more terms. When the terms of a divorce are decided upon by a judge, families lose the flexibility of choice, but when agreements cannot be reached, litigation may be the best path forward.

Before you pursue a contested divorce, it is important to understand the range of options available to you and your family. The Celebration attorneys at our firm can meet with your family to help you decide which option is right for you. If children are involved, it is critical to consider what is in the best interest of the child. When decided by the court, the choice will be taken out of your families hands. Once terms have been set by a court, modifications to agreements can be difficult to secure.

Speak with a Divorce Lawyer in Osceola County, FL

If you are anticipating or currently working through a divorce, Celebration Law, PA can help. Our Osceola County divorce lawyers understand the emotional, financial, and legal stresses associated with divorce and will work with you closely during each step of your case. It is our goal to provide only the highest level of advocacy and when you retain our services, you will never be just a case number. Every family will have a unique story and we will work with you to create a legal strategy tailored to your goals. Our Celebration divorce attorneys possess nearly a decade of combined experience and are here to answer your questions.

Schedule a free consultation and talk to an attorney about your case today.

Celebration Law, PA - Celebration Attorney
Located at: 506 Celebration Avenue Celebration, FL 34747. View Map
Phone: (407) 378-4205 | Local Phone: (321) 939-0000.
The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation.This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.

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