Contested Divorces in Orlando, FL
What Is Contested Divorce?
A contested divorce occurs whenever a couple decides to divorce but has yet to agree on the terms of their divorce. (As you can imagine, these are much more common than uncontested divorces, in which both parties agree on everything.) In any case, disagreement between you and your spouse regarding your divorce means you are going to need the help of a professional.
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Contested divorces involve disagreements and differing perspectives on a variety of consequential arrangements that must be made, including (but not limited to):
- Child custody and support
- Alimony and spousal support
- Division of property and assets
- Division of shared debts
- Responsibility to legal fees associated with divorce
Possible Solutions for Contested Divorces
Contested divorces can be messy, but they are not impossible to work through. As soon as you decide to divorce or become aware that you and your spouse may not be able to agree on important issues, consult with an experienced lawyer right away. An attorney can help you explore your options and work to prevent a contentious, drawn-out trial, if at all possible.
Some of your options may include mediation, arbitration, and collaborative divorce. The right fit will depend on your circumstances and the extent to which you and your spouse may be able to work together to resolve your legal, financial, and familial problems.
Going Through a Conflict-Ridden Divorce? You’re Going to Need Help. Call (800) 822-5170 Today!
At The Virga Law Firm, P.A., we believe in using our varying experience to your advantage and our knowledge to help you get through divorce as quickly and efficiently as possible. The attorneys at our Orlando office can help you work toward the type of settlement you want and ensure your best interests are protected throughout your divorce.
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