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College Park Divorce Lawyers - 815 North Magnolia Avenue, Suite 100, Orlando, FL 32803

The divorce process in College Park, Orlando, Florida, varies for each couple. For some spouses, obtaining a divorce in Orlando is simple and quick. Other couples may experience a lengthy, stressful court battle to get divorced. 

For help navigating this process, partner with our College Park divorce attorneys at Conti Moore Law Divorce Lawyers, PLLC

We have extensive experience handling divorces, and family law matters in College Park in Orlando, FL. 

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with our College Park divorce lawyer at (407) 831-0203. Let us help you make the divorce process as stress-free as possible.

How Our College Park Divorce Attorneys Can Help You With Your Family Law Matter

How Our College Park Divorce Attorneys Can Help You With Your Family Law Matter

Ending your marriage is only one factor in a divorce case. Depending on your situation, you may also need to address child custody, alimony, and child support. Property division is also a factor in Florida divorce cases. 

You need an attorney who is a seasoned trial lawyer with a winning record and who uses divorce mediation and negotiation effectively to resolve issues. Our College Park divorce lawyers at Conti Moore Law Divorce Lawyers, PLLC, have all those skills and much more. 

Our lawyers have over 50 years of combined experience representing clients in uncontested, LGBTQ, military, high-asset, contested, and collaborative divorces. We have a perfect 10.0 rating with Avvo and have been named to Super Lawyers Rising Stars for six years in a row. Our attorneys have been featured in The New York Times and Forbes.

When you hire our top-rated divorce attorneys in College Park, Orlando, you can trust us to:

  • Listen to your story to learn more about you so we can help you identify your divorce priorities and needs
  • Explain the Florida divorce process 
  • Work with you to understand what you want 
  • Investigate issues related to hidden assets, unfit parents, parental alienation, and other problems
  • Handle all communications and negotiations with your spouse and their attorney
  • Aggressively negotiate a divorce agreement that is in your best interest 
  • Take your case to trial and fight for your rights if necessary

Regardless of your feelings toward the dissolution of your marriage, we are here to provide compassionate, trusted support, guidance, and legal counsel.

Call Conti Moore Law Divorce Lawyers, PLLC, to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced College Park divorce attorneys.

The History of the College Park in Orlando, FL

College Park is a neighborhood in Orlando. The history of College Park began in the early 1800s when citrus grower John Ericsson became the area’s first resident. He built his home at 19 West Princeton Street in the middle of an 80-acre citrus grove. 

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Today, College Park has a small-town feeling and charm. Residents love the area because of the many lakes and abundant green spaces. The area has fine dining, vintage stores, hip boutiques, and gastropubs. Visitors enjoy College Park Main Street, fun annual events, unique shopping, and historic architecture. 

Visit Our Family and Divorce Law Office In Orlando, FL

Conti Moore Law Divorce Lawyers, PLLC, offices are conveniently located at 815 N Magnolia Ave, Suite #100, Orlando, FL 32803. Call us at (407) 831-0203 to schedule your free case evaluation. Our family law attorneys are here to help you fight for the compensation you deserve.

How to Get to Conti Moore Law Divorce Lawyers, PLLC from College Park

Conti Moore Law Divorce Lawyers, PLLC is located on the right at 815 N Magnolia Ave # 100, Orlando, FL 32803.

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Our Family and Divorce Law Firm’s Primary Practice Areas 

Our law firm is located just blocks from Orange County Courthouse and roughly two miles from College Park. Our Orlando family law firm focuses our practice on matters related to family law. Primary areas of practice include:


Divorce or dissolution of marriage is the legal process of severing a marriage. Our College Park divorce lawyers assist you with all matters related to your divorce. The legal process can sometimes be challenging, but our legal team is here to guide you through each step and help you achieve your desired outcome. 

Child Custody

Child custody is related to divorce, but custody matters also arise in other situations. Custody can become an issue during paternity suits, grandparent rights cases, and allegations of parental fitness. Our College Park child custody lawyers help you protect your children’s best interests while also protecting your parental rights. 

Child Support

All parents in Florida have a legal obligation to support their children financially unless they have had their parental rights terminated by the court. The obligation exists whether or not the parents are married. Our College Park child support lawyers work to ensure you pay or receive the correct amount of child support payments according to the child support guidelines. 

Judgment Modification

Life events and circumstances may require modification of an existing family court order. Our College Park judgment modification lawyers can help you petition the court to change the terms of child support, visitation, custody, and alimony. 

Property Division

During a divorce, spouses must divide marital assets. Dividing property can be challenging in some cases. Our College Park property division lawyers assist you in identifying marital assets and separate property, correctly valuing assets, and negotiating a fair property settlement agreement. 

How Do I Seek a Divorce in Orlando? 

The most common divorce FAQs people ask about seeking a divorce in Orlando are:

What Are the Grounds for Divorce in Florida?

Most couples seek a divorce in Orlando on no-fault grounds.

If you petition the court for a no-fault divorce, you are not required to prove that your spouse did something wrong to break up the marriage. You only need to allege there are irreconcilable differences that resulted in the irretrievable breakup of the marriage. In other words, there is no hope that you and your spouse can repair the marriage.

What Is the Process for Filing for Divorce in Orlando, FL?

A spouse must file a petition for dissolution of marriage with the Orange County Clerk of Court. Filing the petition begins the court case. The petition must be served on your spouse. They have 20 days to file an answer or other responsive pleading with the court and send a copy to your College Park divorce attorney.

If your spouse fails to respond to the divorce papers, we can file a motion for a default divorce decree. However, if your spouse responds to the divorce papers, we enter the discovery phase. During discovery, information and documents are exchanged between the parties via interrogatories and requests to produce documents. 

When we complete discovery, we attempt to negotiate a divorce settlement. Our College Park divorce lawyers are exceptional negotiators who use mediation to resolve many of the divorce cases we handle. However, we are also seasoned trial lawyers ready to go to trial if mediation is unsuccessful. 

How Will My Property Be Divided in a Divorce in Florida?

Florida is an equitable distribution state for property division in a divorce case. If the spouses do not negotiate a property settlement agreement, the judge decides what is fair and equitable, which does not mean the property is split 50/50.

Our College Park divorce lawyers are skilled in negotiating fair property settlements. We are also skilled in uncovering hidden assets and challenging property values and classifications. 

Who Will Get Custody of Our Children After the Divorce?

Parents are encouraged to negotiate a parenting plan and time-sharing agreement that provides ample time for both parents to form lasting and close relationships with their children. 

Ultimately, the family court judge determines what is in the child’s best interest, even if the parents agree on custody terms. 

Schedule a Free Case Evaluation with a College Park Divorce Lawyer

At Conti Moore Law Divorce Lawyers, PLLC, we want you to feel open to discussing all matters related to your divorce in College Park, Orlando, FL. Your free consultation is confidential and private. Call our office to schedule a meeting with one of our College Park divorce lawyers.

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