KISSIMMEE OR MELBOURNE CONTESTED DIVORCE ATTORNEY
CONTESTED DIVORCE IN OSCEOLA, ORANGE, BREVARD, SEMINOLE, AND LAKE COUNTIES.
A contested divorce is likely one of the most difficult and emotional situations your family will ever have to go through. Having a Kissimmee or Melbourne Divorce Attorney at your side who is competent and who is dedicated to helping you achieve a positive result is the most beneficial thing for both you and your family.
When two people decide to terminate a marriage, they will need to make decisions regarding children, property, debts, and assets. In Florida, a divorce is termed “contested” when the parties involved cannot successfully come to agreements about all of the terms of the the dissolution of a marriage, including:
During a contested divorce proceeding, the advice and support of a competent and attentive attorney can go a long way in aiding the divorce process. It is the goal of The Bostick Law Firm to help secure an outcome that will satisfy the client’s emotional and financial needs. We guide our clients through every step to ensure the client understands this confusing possibly grueling process. Divorce proceedings bring a time of heightened uncertainty and vulnerability to the parties. A strong, confident attorney is a crucial part of the process.
THE BOSTICK LAW FIRM: KISSIMMEE AND MELBOURNE CONTESTED DIVORCE LAWYERS
At the Bostick Law Firm, P.A. , we provide legal assistance to people throughout Central Florida who are facing a contested divorce. Our attorney has over ten years of experience in dealing with divorce cases in Florida. The Firm's commitment, dedication and hard work enables us to deliver favorable results for our clients.
WHAT HAPPENS TO JOINT PROPERTY?
During the course of a marriage, most couples accumulate many tangible assets, such as homes, cars, and bank accounts. Then there are the intangible assets, such as a college degree that was acquired during the marriage or retirement plans. When parties dissolve their marriage, the marital property must be fairly divided as well. Most property acquired during the marriage is considered marital property unless its:
There are some situations where an asset that was non-marital may become marital.
For more information on contested divorce, contact The Bostick Law Firm.
If you are ready to file for divorce, or if you would like to learn more about your divorce options from a Kissimmee or Melbourne Divorce Attorney, you should contact The Bostick Law Firm, P.A. today.
Contact a Kissimmee or Melbourne contested divorce lawyer from our office in Kissimmee (407) 483-1140 or Melbourne (321)-327-8888) to schedule your consultation.