Orlando Divorce Attorneys
15+ Years of Combined Experience
Divorce can be one of life’s most difficult experiences, bringing
with it the challenges of property division, lifestyle transitions, and
changes that will affect your children. Serious emotional challenges lie
ahead, and tough choices often need to be made. Because of this, it is
vital that you have the right attorney from the beginning.
Contact Conti Moore Law, PLLC to arrange for a free consultation with an
Orlando divorce lawyer at (407) 315-2006 or
contact us online.
If you are going through a divorce, the choices you make now can have a
significant impact on the future. Do-it-yourself methods and poor representation
can result in increased financial liability and other problems down the
road. While life is unpredictable, experience has shown that thorough,
strategic legal representation can prevent future complications. That
is the type of representation you can find at Conti Moore Law, PLLC, where
we offer compassion, care, and a resolute approach.
Divorce Cases We Handle
Our firm is capable of handling even the most complex divorce cases, including
military divorce, high asset divorce, and same-sex divorce.
We can provide you with the legal counsel you need in resolving all marital
separation or divorce-related issues, such as:
Our legal team is here to guide you through every phase of the divorce
process, whether it involves negotiation, mediation, or the courtroom.
We believe in a proactive and aggressive approach with a total focus on
action and results.
We can help you find answers to questions such as:
- Who will get the house? What if the house is “upside down”
- How will child custody be determined? What does timesharing mean?
- How will assets be divided? Is everything split in half?
- What if I own a business? Is my spouse entitled to half of it?
- How will debts be divided? How can I make sure it’s done fairly?
- What’s the difference between uncontested divorce and contested divorce?
Florida and Grounds for Divorce
You do not need to prove your spouse was to blame for the breakdown of
your marriage. Florida state laws do not spouses to provide proof. 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 matter or alimony to settle. For example, if your spouse has
been abusive to you or your children during the marriage 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).
Finally, Florida requires that you have been a resident of the state for
at least a six-month period. 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.
Call Conti Moore Law, PLLC for Trusted Counsel in Orlando & Cocoa
Get started today with a free phone or in-house consultation with a divorce
attorney near you. Learn more about your particular case, how the law
applies to you, and how our legal team will protect your legal rights
and pursue your best interests.
Talk to an Orlando divorce lawyer at (407) 315-2006.