Jacksonville Uncontested Divorce Lawyer
Why Work with an Experienced Divorce Attorney
The dissolution of a marriage can be difficult to face. Not only are there major emotional factors involved, but there are many legal and financial issues, too. An uncontested divorce is possible if both spouses want the divorce, come to an agreement about child support, child custody, visitation, alimony and division of assets and liabilities.
Regardless of whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, you should consult a Jacksonville divorce lawyer before making any agreements or signing anything. It is always in your best interests to ensure your legal rights are protected even though the dissolution may be friendly. One small error or oversight on your part could lead to serious negative consequences.
Standing By Your Side from Start to Finish
Even when agreements have been made, the legal process of filing for divorce can be complicated and time consuming. By retaining a Jacksonville uncontested divorce attorney who is trustworthy, experienced in family law and is concerned that you reach a positive outcome, your chances for a successful settlement are much higher. Every case is unique and deserves individual attention. An uncontested divorce can be less trying on all parties involved, including any children from the marriage.
The Benefits of a Collaborative Divorce
Collaborative divorce began in the 1990's in Wisconsin – the concept was so popular among divorcing parties that it quickly spread to the west coast and has found its way throughout the nation. Should a couple choose to partake in a collaborative divorce, they will agree to sign what is known as a Participation Agreement. Upon signing this, they (and their attorney) will work with the other side to come to an agreement that is agreed upon by both sides.
By avoiding hearings, depositions and any bitter courtroom battles, both parties can protect both themselves and their families as they find their own way through the divorce process.
To safeguard against the possibility of one of the sides backing out and trying to take the other to court, there is an agreement to find a new attorney should the process fail. While this can be difficult, the benefits can often outweigh any costs.
Avoid a Contested Divorce with Our Help
Both the Florida Supreme Court and the Florida Bar have approved of the collaborative divorce process. By avoiding a contested divorce, both parties can save themselves financial and emotional stress – and can help make the process as painless as possible for any children involved. If you are currently facing the dissolution of your marriage, it is important that you look into all of your legal options.
At the law offices of Jason K.S. Porter, P.A., we have extensive experience with family law and recognize the emotional turmoil that can be stirred up by something of this nature. Should you choose to work with a Jacksonville collaborative divorce lawyer from our firm, you will be able to breathe easier knowing that you will have an advocate on your side who is interested in your case and helping resolve your situation as amicably as possible.
WOrk WIth A Firm You Can Trust
At the Law Offices of Jason K.S. Porter, P.A., we would like the opportunity to use our years of experience to assist you. We are knowledgeable in all aspects of family law and have had great success in obtaining favorable outcomes for our clients. Our experience in mediation, negotiation and litigation along with success as trial attorneys will be of great benefit to you. Our firm is confident that we can help regardless of the circumstances of your dissolution.
It is important that you understand the process and any questions you have are answered. Call (904) 701-0591 or contact us for your free case evaluation.