Orlando Divorce Lawyer
Serving Both Local & International Clients
Divorce is a stressful and emotional experience, no matter who is seeking the divorce or the reasons doing so. How long does a divorce take in Florida? The time and energy can be training, but with the right legal support, the process can be much more manageable. We understand that you need guidance throughout the process to understand your options and plan your future. At Ilvento Law, P.A., we strive to help our clients get the representation they need to stand strong for their interests.
We also understand that the decisions that must be made are interrelated. For example, the amount of alimony awarded will impact the amount of child support. In addition, decisions must be made as to how the marital assets are to be equitably divided, as well as whether any assets can be classified as non-marital.
Comprehensive Legal Counsel
There are many factors to consider when filing for divorce. You want to ensure you are not overlooking key details before you begin the proceedings. Not only can a lack of preparation have you start out from behind, but it could make it harder to appeal any judgments that are less than ideal.
We can assist you in navigating all the aspects of a divorce (dissolution of marriage), including issues regarding:
- Division of assets and property/equitable distribution
- Custody of children
- Timesharing/visitation/parenting plans
- Child support
- Alimony/spousal support
We believe in forcefully protecting your rights, but we also realize that in cases involving children, you and your spouse need to maintain the ability to communicate after the case is done and the final judgment is entered.
The Laws on Divorce in Florida
Courts in Florida require mediation prior to holding hearings and trial. We work to get to mediation early in the case, as soon as possible after we have received sufficient discovery. We strive to make mediation fruitful and resolve as many issues as is practicable. At the end of the day, we believe that your assets should be available to be divided, and not be drained by unnecessary litigation expenses.
The collaborative law process is also available as an alternative to litigation. Through the collaborative law process, parties who are represented by counsel meet together with counsel and professional neutrals to resolve all issues in a case. It is a beneficial and often cost-saving option. In addition, it assists parties in focusing on the future in a goal-oriented approach, often helping the parties to establish a working relationship with each other. In families with children, it greatly assists in preserving stability for the children.
Contact us now so we can discuss your case and your options with you. Dial (407) 915-3438.
Board Certified Specialist in Marital & Family Law
Over 20 Years of Experience Handling Complex Cases
We Take a Team Approach With Each Case to Build the Best Strategy Possible
We Focus on Each Client as an Individual and Create a Unique Plan to Fit Their Needs