The divorce lawyers at Marrero, Chamizo, Marcer Law LP in Coral Gables are here to advise you about issues such as marital property division and child custody if you are going through a divorce. We are a bilingual law firm serving men and women in the Miami-Dade area, Broward County and the Florida Keys.
If you are going through a divorce, you probably have several questions about the legal process and the papers you need to complete. It is important to seek answers from an experienced family law attorney as the decisions you make now cannot be easily undone. We offer a free initial consultation to answer your questions about the divorce process.
Protecting Your Interests In Divorce
Divorce touches almost every part of your life, including your property, your money and your children. Our lawyers will guide you through each of the steps of divorce to help you make the best decisions.
Issues that typically need to be resolved in divorce include:
- Dividing marital property: All assets accumulated during your marriage, including real estate and 401(k) and IRA accounts, are considered marital property. If you and your spouse cannot decide how to divide marital assets, the court will decide.
- Dividing marital debts: Some divorcing couples have more debts to divide than assets. You could be responsible for debts incurred by your spouse.
- Paying or receiving alimony: Florida courts can order alimony payments based on factors such as the needs of the recipient spouse and the ability of the other spouse to pay.
- Raising your children: If you have children, you and your spouse will have to determine how you will share custody of your children after your divorce.
- Paying or receiving child support: Florida uses a formula to determine how much child support one parent is required to pay the other.
Divorce does not have to be a contentious and drawn-out process. Our attorneys will do everything possible to help you achieve an amicable dissolution of your marriage. We also handle post-divorce modifications such as relocation and child support changes.
For More Information About Florida Divorce
To schedule a free initial consultation about divorce, call 305-704-8566 or contact us by email.