Divorce Attorneys in Boca Raton
Guiding Clients to Favorable Outcomes in Divorce & Family Law Cases
Ovadia Law Group provides compassionate representation to clients seeking divorce. In Florida, there are several laws that regulate the divorce process. Our divorce lawyers will discuss your options, help you make informed legal decisions, and aggressively protect your interests from start to finish.
Call our firm today at 1-800-674-9396 for tenacious representation as you seek divorce.
Divorce Laws in Florida
In order to get a divorce in Florida, one or both parties must have resided in the state for a minimum of 6 months. Florida is a no-fault divorce state. This means you don’t have to prove the fault of the other spouse in order to seek a divorce. You only have to show that the marriage is irretrievably broken, or that one of the parties has had a mental incapacity for a preceding period of a minimum of 3 years.
When you file a petition for divorce, you and your spouse will need to reach an agreement on important factors, such as:
- Division of assets and property
- Child custody
- Child support
Once you file the petition to dissolve a marriage, your spouse will have the 20 days to respond. If no response is given, and there are no minor children involved, the court will enter a judgment to dissolve the marriage. However, if there are minor children involved, or your spouse disputes the petition, the court may order you and your spouse to consult with a marriage counselor or other party to seek reconciliation.
Mediation or formal litigation may be necessary to pursue a divorce. Once the court has determined that the marriage is irretrievable, and all the important decisions have been settled, it will order a dissolution of the marriage, and the divorce will be final. It is important to have a knowledgeable family law lawyer on your side to protect your interests throughout the process.
Our Boca Raton Divorce Attorneys Are Just a Phone Call Away – 1-800-674-9396
At Ovadia Law Group, our Boca Raton divorce lawyers have a detailed knowledge of federal and state laws. Whether your case is contested or uncontested, we will help you file the necessary documents in a timely manner and represent you in court if necessary. Our legal team will work tirelessly for your case as you pursue a favorable outcome.
Contact our office today to schedule a free initial case evaluation.