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Winter Park, Florida Divorce Lawyer

Adams & Luka

While divorce is extremely common, its impact can be devastating for many spouses. What will happen if you have a substantial balance on a home loan, or if you are a spouse who has been a stay-at-home parent for years? What does your financial future hold, and who is responsible for debts incurred during the marriage? Which spouse will have primary custody of the children, and will you receive child or spousal support? When you need the legal guidance and support of an experienced Winter Park divorce attorney, count on Adams & Luka.

Many divorces are relatively simple, with both spouses agreeing on all of the issues. Some can become messy, with one or both spouses becoming angry and disagreeing on nearly every matter whether marital property, real estate, child issues, assets, investments - you name it. While most people prefer to settle the issues related to their marriage in a way that is amicable, sometimes it simply is not possible. This is why it is important to seek the guidance of a lawyer who can answer all of your questions, advise you regarding what you can or cannot expect, help you understand Florida divorce law, and who will work aggressively to protect your rights.

Compassionate Guidance in Winter Park Divorce Proceedings

How complex a divorce proceeding may become often depends whether a married couple shares children, has substantial wealth, investments, business property, and more. In some cases there may be a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement that comes into play. For some, even seemingly minor things such as deciding who will get certain furnishings, vehicles, or other property can become big issues. You may have assumed that your divorce would be relatively simple, and now it has turned ugly. As skilled and compassionate divorce attorneys, we work to make certain your opinions are heard, and help you make the best decision in your unique situation. In some cases all of the issues can be resolved through mediation, which involves a third neutral party. If both spouses agree on all of the matters involving property, asset/debt division, children, and other issues, the process is fairly straightforward. In the worst case, spouses must go to trial and have a judge make some or all of the decisions. Regardless, it is vital to have a strong legal advocate in your corner who will guide you throughout the process.

Contact Adams & Luka Today

Many families with children understandably want to make the process as easy as possible on those children. When one spouse fights the divorce, the expenses can mount quickly. Every divorce is different; you may be agreeable to the divorce, or overwhelmed and uncertain of what the future holds. At Adams & Luka, we provide outstanding legal representation and want to help you get past one of the most difficult times in your life so that you can move forward. Call us for a free consultation now at 407-872-0303.