Orlando Divorce- What to Expect when Children are Involved
Divorce is a difficult process for all parties involved. However, when children are part of the family the process can be even more complicated.
A Marital Settlement Agreement and a Parenting Plan will always be required for couples getting divorced in Florida. If the parties agree to the distribution of assets and visitation with their child, these documents are included in the settlement and are binding on both individuals.
However, if the parties are unable to come to a mutual agreement regarding their property or assets, the judge appointed to the case will make the final decision on each issue. Some of the most contentious issues in general consideration are: equitable distribution of assets, alimony, child support.
If you are contemplating a Florida divorce and believe there may be disagreement on any one or all of these issues, it is best to seek the advice of an experienced family law attorney. An attorney can explain the process, and help you determine the proper course to navigate through your case.
If you believe we can help, call 321-586-3866 to make an appointment or have a consultation over the phone. When you meet with us, we can help you understand the particular circumstance surrounding your issue and create an individualized plan to help you come to the best resolution possible. You can also visit our website: www.eugenioslaw.com for more information.