At Adams Luka, we understand that divorce is one of the most difficult processes a person can go through, even for those who initiate the divorce. The issue becomes even more complex when children, marital property, and other assets are involved. Most spouses want to avoid as much conflict as possible, which is why it is important to choose a Clermont divorce attorney who thoroughly understands Florida law and all of the issues or problems that may be encountered in the process of ending a marriage. Our goal is to ensure things go as smoothly as possible for both you and your children, and that you are treated fairly in regards to marital property, custody, financial assets, etc.Divorce Involves More Than the Dissolution of a Marriage
Ending a marriage is not a simple matter, whether you have been married for one year or 30 years. In many cases there are other matters that must be addressed, such as child custody and visitation, child support, division of debts and assets, and even modifications to various agreements or in some cases alimony. Some divorces go smoothly, while others become contentious as one spouse or the other may disagree on nearly every topic. We understand the stress, sadness, and even grief many people experience when their lives are about to change forever. If you are initiating a divorce or on the other end and attempting to protect your property, finances, or children, it is vital to work with a capable and compassionate Clermont divorce lawyer.
Divorces are either uncontested or contested. In the case of an uncontested (or non-contested) divorce, both parties are able to cooperate and come to an agreement that is satisfactory to both spouses. When one spouse or the other does not agree on certain matters and all of the differences cannot be resolved, it may require that a circuit court judge makes the final decision; this is known as a contested divorce. Often times mediation is required before the judge will make a ruling, as this gives both parties an opportunity to attempt to work out any differences and/or disagreements on issues that often arise when a marriage dissolves.Contact Adams & Luka Now
Why do you need a divorce attorney if you live in the Clermont area and have come to the conclusion that your marriage cannot be saved? For most, there is much more involved than you might imagine, such as tax implications of alimony on either the paying or receiving party. When children are involved, custodial and visitation issues often arise. In some cases, there may be disagreements regarding investments, a business both spouses were involved in, financial accounts, mortgages, and more. Ultimately you need a skilled lawyer who will fight for your rights and ensure your voice is heard, helping reach results that are fair and making certain your concerns are addressed. Call us today at (352)394-7972.