When looking for a Port St Lucie divorce lawyer there are many factors that need to be considered when choosing the right one for you. Katz & Associates Law Firm would like to briefly touch on the process and what steps to take in finding the right attorney to represent your needs.
Issues often arise in a divorce that requires both legal knowledge and the experience of a family attorney to protect your rights. The divorce process is a complicated, emotional time. It can be difficult to know where to turn when you are in need of legal help during this trying time in your life. A divorce attorney's approach in handling what are often very emotional and sensitive matters in the lives of those facing divorce is a must in choosing which attorney is the right one for you, but with a good divorce lawyer on your side, you will be able to keep some sanity during the process.
One of the most important decisions you will make in your divorce is choosing a divorce lawyer who is familiar with all state laws regarding Florida Family Law and Divorce. The right lawyer can help ensure that you and your children are treated fairly, figuring out a custody agreement that is fair for both parties, ensuring that if any alimony agreement is requested, that it is impartially handled. Also, a good attorney will know to protect any retirement benefits or possessions acquired during the period of marriage if they were not put into joint ownership with their partner before separation, also to avoid being litigated against for false accusations. Choosing a divorce lawyer who understands all aspects of family law may just save your future financial stability.Schedule A Free Call
The process of getting a divorce doesn't have to be complicated however as time goes on during the separation process and emotions come in to play and more time passes, the complications seem to arise. However, it is important that you are fully aware of the steps involved and what can happen in each step so you know what to expect. Each state has its own laws for how they handle divorces but there are some similarities across all states when handling this legal proceeding. One thing that remains constant with no variation from one state to another is that filing paperwork or initiating any movement towards a divorce requires both parties agreement on an annulment decree which legally dissolves your marriage as well as something called "grounds" which separate couples who want out of marriage will need before being granted permission by courts.
It is important to know how divorce courts divide assets. This is usually done by considering the length of the marriage and when the said assets were acquired to qualify for "equitable distribution." Equitable means that both parties are receiving an equal share in their financial holdings during a divorce.
A good divorce lawyer can help you obtain what you deserve through negotiations, mediation, and/or litigation. Even what can appear as an "easy" divorce often times end up in court.
Divorce proceedings may be very complicated depending on the level of assets involved in an individual's case. It is important to know how divorce courts divide assets in order to avoid any issues pertaining to property ownership during this emotional process.
Finding an attorney who specializes in Family Law in Florida, who understands your needs, is sympathetic to your particular dilemma, and will work tirelessly to ensure the distribution of assets and custody of children if needed is fair, are the most important factors in choosing the right divorce lawyer.
Contact a Divorce Lawyer in the Treasure Coast or Palm Beach now for a consultation with offices in Stuart, Florida - serving the Treasure Coast & Palm Beaches. We now offer remote services from the comfort of your home for those outside the area or those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Katz & Associates Law Firm represents family law clients throughout the State of Florida including the cities of Jupiter, Jupiter Island, Tequesta, Hutchinson Island, Lake Worth, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, West Palm Beach, Palm City, Stuart, Hobe Sound, Port St Lucie, Fort Pierce, Treasure Coast, Orlando, Winter Park, and all surrounding areas.Schedule A Free Call
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