In Florida, the official term for divorce is “dissolution of marriage.” Unlike in some other states, there is no requirement of “fault” in order to file for Miami divorce lawyer. The only requirement that you need to assert is that your marriage is “irretrievably broken.”
You or your spouse can file for dissolution as long as you prove:
Every dissolution is unique. While one couple may have children, another may have assets that must be distributed before the divorce is finalized. Therefore, it is important that each party work with a skilled Miami divorce lawyer that understands the current case law and relevant Florida Statutes.
We understand how emotionally trying and traumatic a divorce can be — especially for children. It is unlikely you or your spouse understand your legal rights or obligations during a dissolution. While a court clerk or website may answer some of these questions, only a skilled Miami family law attorney can provide you with legal advice about your divorce.
When handling your divorce, we take all factors into consideration, including:
We have a reputation with our clients for offering excellent service and zealous representation. The Estevez-Pazos Law Firm, P.A. cares about our clients and aggressively protects their rights and best interests.
Our firm understands that protecting any children involved during a divorce or paternity action is highly important — and that their parents need financial stability in order to adequately provide for them.
While we strive for a fast and amicable resolution to the satisfaction of our clients, we have a vast experience handling complex family law cases involving forensic accountants, mental health experts, and guardians ad item.
Some of the main areas we serve can be found below:
Schedule a consultation with an experienced Miami divorce lawyer today. Call now for your appointment 305-717-7130. Serving Miami area from our offices at 1541 Sunset Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33143.