In Florida, there are two types of divorces:
A contested divorce is when spouses cannot agree on the terms of their divorce. In Florida, equitable distribution, child custody, alimony, and child support are commonly “contested.”
An uncontested divorce means both husband and wife agree on the terms of the divorce.
Whether your Florida divorce is a contested divorce or uncontested, it is almost always a very stressful and emotional time for one or both parties. Even if you believe you can settle your divorce “amicably” going it alone is unnecessary and widely discouraged. In either a contested or uncontested divorce scenario, as a seasoned divorce attorney, my experience has proven that those who are represented by a skilled divorce attorney are more likely to obtain a judgement or marital settlement agreement that will be highly satisfactory and in your best interest.
Ensuring that your rights are protected under Florida Divorce Law is my top priority. Helping you move securely into your future is what I strive for.
Initial Consultations with Divorce Attorney Wendy Doyle-Palumbo in Pasco, Hernando, Citrus and Pinellas County, Florida
If you are divorcing or considering divorce, divorce attorney Wendy Doyle-Palumbo offers an initial case evaluation from two convenient locations in Tampa Bay. From her Family Law Firm in Hudson, Florida, Wendy represents clients who need a divorce lawyer in Spring Hill, Brooksville and surrounding Hernando County, Florida locales. In Pasco County divorcing clients who need a divorce lawyer who can represent them in the 6th Judicial Circuit such as those in New Port Richey, Hudson, Port Richey, and Trinity can obtain a consultation at Attorney Doyle-Palumbo’s Hudson location. Wendy represents clients who are seeking a divorce in Dunedin, Clearwater, Holiday, Tarpon Springs, Palm Harbor in Pinellas County, Florida.
What Must Be Settled in a Florida Divorce When There are Minor Children
- Division of Assets and Taxes (Equitable Distribution)
- Child Support
- Parenting Plan – Time Sharing (Child Custody )
Divorce Mediation – Is Mediation Required in Florida When Divorcing?
Couples who are anticipating a trial date for their contested divorce may be ordered by the courts to go through mediation before that date is set. Mediation can also be voluntary but this type of mediation I’m referring to is handled differently than a collaborative divorce.
You may voluntarily choose to go to mediation with your spouse in an attempt to resolve some or all of the specifics of your divorce. It is important to understand, however, that any mediated marital settlement agreements should always be reviewed by an experienced divorce attorney prior to giving it to a judge for approval. Remember, once your final dissolution of marriage is entered, it is binding. It’s therefore beneficial to make sure the terms of your divorce are acceptable because nobody wants to go back to the courts once the divorce is final for modifications or enforcements. Wendy Doyle-Palumbo will help you get your divorce settlement right the first time, so you can move forward with your life.
Contact Wendy Doyle Palumbo if you would like to speak in detail about mediation, the collaborative divorce process or litigating a divorce case.
There are some divorce cases that benefit from a highly-skilled divorce lawyer. Wendy Doyle-Palumbo is a tenacious family law attorney who will fiercely litigate your case when needed. In high conflict or high asset divorces, you’ll typically need much more than tenacity. High asset divorces are some of the toughest cases to litigate and it takes a dedicated high net worth divorce attorney who has the intelligence, skill, and resources to represent your best interests.
If you would like to schedule an initial consultation with divorce lawyer Wendy Doyle-Palumbo in Hudson, Florida please call or contact me online.
Family law attorney Wendy Doyle-Palumbo’s office is conveniently located in Hudson, Florida and represents clients in the 5th Judicial Circuit Court in Hernando County, Florida and the 6th Judicial Circuit Court in Pasco and Pinellas County, Florida.
Wendy Doyle-Palumbo, Esq.
Serving Pasco County, Hernando County & Citrus County, Florida
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