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St. Cloud, Florida Divorce Lawyer

Adams & Luka

Couples who marry never consider they may one day get divorced, but it happens every day. Whether you have been married for two years or 30, divorce is difficult, often leaving both spouses experiencing an entire range of emotions from grief and sadness to anger or even bitterness. Depending on your unique situation, divorce may be a simple process, or highly complicated and stressful. It is critical to work with a compassionate St. Cloud divorce attorney who will make sure your legal rights are protected, and provide guidance and support throughout the process. If you are facing a dissolution of your marriage, contact Adams & Luka now. We can help make a stressful and overwhelming time in your life easier.

How easy or difficult your divorce is depends on many factors, including whether there are children involved, if you have accumulated substantial property or assets during the marriage, debts, financial investments, a shared business, and more. It is difficult for many spouses to come to an agreement on the division of marital property, assets, and debts. Many couples argue over who will get custody of the children, how much child support the custodial parent will get, visitation, spousal support, and more. Some divorces are amicable, others can become quite contentious - literally a war. As experienced divorce lawyers, we know that what may have begun as a somewhat easy or friendly divorce can quickly turn in the other direction.

Divorce in Florida

Florida is a no-fault divorce state, which means anyone can obtain a divorce. In most cases, a divorce is either uncontested or contested. In the first case, all of the issues can be agreed upon between the two spouses; in the second, there may be one or two issues that cannot be resolve or are "contested," or it may be that the spouses cannot agree on any matter, whether alimony, division of assets and debts, child support, or even which spouse will get the dining room furniture. Some spouses argue at every point, while others can settle their differences without help.

In many situations where spouses cannot agree on certain issues, mediation is effective. However if this does not work, it may be necessary to go to trial. While most couples want to avoid this ending, if it does come to litigation the judge will have to decide those issues which cannot be agreed upon. Your attorney will make sure your voice is heard and your concerns addressed so that in the end, you are treated fairly.

Contact Adams & Luka Now

At Adams & Luka, we know a divorce is one of the most stressful events a person can go through in his or her life. Divorce can impact not only your children, but your own life and even your health. Lifestyle changes can be traumatic, and hard to deal with. Whether yours is a simple matter or involves such issues as relocation, parenting plans, tax issues, alimony, or other matters, we can help make it easier. Contact us now for a free consultation at 407-872-0303.