Gibsonton, FL Divorce Attorney
Florida is a no-fault state for divorce, which means that you do not need to prove fault on the part of your spouse (i.e. adultery, abandonment, etc…) in order to obtain a divorce in Florida.
The two means by which a divorce can be obtained in Florida is if the marriage is irretrievably broken, or if one spouse is mentally incapacitated. If the parties are having difficulties whereby they can no longer live together in a normal marital relationship, this constitutes an irretrievably broken marriage.
Even though fault is not required to obtain a divorce, fault can play a factor when awarding alimony as well as when determining an equitable distribution of the assets and liabilities of the parties.
If you need assistance or support with obtaining or understanding Florida divorce, speak with one of our experienced Gibsonton divorce attorneys!
Filing for Divorce in Florida
In order to qualify to file for a divorce in Florida, one of the spouses must have lived in Florida for at least six months before filing a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Throughout the dissolution of marriage or divorce proceedings, both parties will either need to jointly agree to the issues within their case, or if they can’t agree then they have to bring their issues to the judge for the Court to decide the issues for the parties.
The various issues that agree upon or the court will rule upon several issues. Those issues include, but are not limited to, (1) Parental Responsibilities and Time-Sharing; (2) Equitable Distribution of the assets and debts; (3) Alimony; (4) Child Support; (5) Attorneys’ fees and all other issues related to the above.
Our attorneys help you understand all of the components of divorce, and how they apply to your specific case. Reach out to us for a Free Consultation to learn more.
Selecting a Divorce Lawyer
When deciding to seek a divorce, selecting a Gibsonton, FL divorce lawyer to assist you with the process is a very important decision. Remember to make sure you inquire as to your attorney’s experience and qualifications. It is imperative that you retain an attorney who really cares about you and your case, and not just about making money.
At the Law Office of David Hurvitz PA, we provide free initial consultations, and we also provide for flat fee uncontested divorce representation as well. Please feel free to contact us with any questions that you may have.
Call LAW OFFICE OF DAVID HURVITZ PA today at (813) 463-2574 for a Free Consultation with a Gibsonton Divorce Attorney!