Divorce

by Laura M. Wright on Oct. 15, 2021

Divorce & Family Law Divorce & Family Law  Divorce 

Summary: In Florida, the only grounds needed for a divorce is that the marriage must be irretrievably broken. A divorce is a package deal, closing up all issues during the same proceeding. This means you will get the divorce, your assets will be split, alimony will be determined, and, if applicable, your child custody and child support will be ordered.

Divorce

In Florida, the only grounds needed for a divorce is that the marriage must be irretrievably broken. A divorce is a package deal, closing up all issues during the same proceeding. This means you will get the divorce, your assets will be split, alimony will be determined, and, if applicable, your child custody and child support will be ordered.

Every divorce looks different depending on your current situation. Some of the topics that may be relevant in your divorce are:

Child Custody and Child Support

 

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