Orlando Family Law Attorney
15+ Years of Combined Experience in Florida Family Law Cases
The field of family law encompasses some of life’s most difficult
issues. It can involve complex matters related to marriage, children,
parenthood, financial issues, and interpersonal struggles.
At Conti Moore Law, PLLC, we understand that your upcoming decisions can
have long-term consequences. Let us help you in resolving your family
law matters while protecting your legal rights and advocating for your
Call Conti Moore Law, PLLC today to schedule your free consultation with
our Orlando family lawyer. Dial (407) 315-2006 or
contact us online.
A Focus on Action & Results
At Conti Moore Law, PLLC, we have over 15 years of combined experience
in the area of family law, earning us a reputation for aggressive, proactive
representation. We are focused on action, and we are dedicated to finding
solutions to your most challenging family law problems.
Types of Family Law Cases in Orlando
Examples of family law and the kinds of cases family courts handle include
everything from divorce and custody to domestic abuse and restraining
orders. Our team is capable of handling any kind of family law issue.
Our family law attorney in Orlando handles matters including:
Basic Requirements of Filing for Divorce in Florida
In the state of Florida, you do not need to prove that your spouse was
to blame for the breakdown of your marriage if you wish to file for divorce.
You only need to state that the marriage has broken down and that there
is no chance you and your spouse will reconcile. This is known as a “no-fault
In some cases, fault can be considered in situations where the couple has
a custody or alimony matter to settle. For example, if your spouse was
abusive to you or your children during the marriage, they may not be granted
any form of custody or will be required to have supervised visits with
your children. That spouse could also be forced to pay more in alimony
(or receive less, if you are the higher-earning spouse).
If you wish to file for divorce in Florida, then the law requires that
you have been a resident of the state for at least six months. You can
provide evidence such as your driver’s license card, a voter registration
card, or your state ID. The judge cannot finalize a divorce until this
requirement has been met.
Protect Your Future with the Help of Conti Moore Law
When planning your family’s legal situation, you want to be sure
your attorney knows not only the laws, but the long-term outlook for protecting
your interests. Attorney Conti Moore’s commitment to her clients’
futures has earned her a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating and ranking among
Rising Stars℠ for 2016 – 2019.
Our Orlando family law attorneys take a comprehensive approach to ensuring
your needs are met. We want you to feel both confident and hopeful about
your case. During your free consultation, we will go over your priorities
and learn more about what you hope to achieve. You will have a clear outlook
of the road ahead and know what to expect.
Contact us today by dialing (407) 315-2006.