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No Family is the Same
No family or relationship is the same, therefore no two divorces are ever exactly the same. However, every divorce will affect all members of the family, and each will experience a significant transition during and after the divorce is finalized. No matter what option or process you choose, all divorces are finalized with a Final Judgment signed by a judge. There are several options to choose from when divorce is inevitable, and we can help you consider which is best for you.
- Do it Yourself
- You can undergo the process of divorce by yourself, as an attorney is not required to get a divorce. We do not recommend this, as you do not know what you do not know.
- If you and your spouse believe you can quickly and amicably settle your differences, with or without an attorney, mediation with an impartial and neutral Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator is recommended so that a settlement agreement and often times a parenting plan can be reached and signed. We caution this, as you are not legally represented.
- Uncontested Divorce
- If you and your spouse can resolve all the necessary terms for a divorce by agreement, a written agreement can be accomplished, and the court can divorce you without litigation in an uncontested divorce. Sometimes, even without a physical appearance in court.
- Litigation / Contested Process
- Filing a petition with the court asking for a divorce and proceeding as most people are aware of is a litigious process, every document is public record for all to see and read, information is exchanged in both a mandatory manner as well as by subpoena, and the judges are the decisions makers of the process.
- The Collaborative Process
- Florida’s Collaborative Law Process Act took effect July 1, 2017. Months after the Act was passed, I became a Collaboratively Trained Family Law practitioner. Since 2017, we have focused our practice in assisting clients resolve their serious and personal matters. Whether it be their divorce, matters related to their children, as well as prenuptial agreements, we are committed to assisting with emphasis placed on the benefits of using the Collaborative Process. If you and your spouse want to try to attempt an amicable and respectful approach to divorce while keeping all the finances and terms of the divorce confidential and out of the public eye, using the collaborative process for divorce is an option. Choosing the collaborative process keeps the decision-making power outside the realm of the courtroom, empowering you to be part of the decision-making process.