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Divorce, also known as dissolution of marriage, is hard on families. The process of dissolving a marriage can be very complex. You may have questions about the various issues that are often addressed during a divorce, including:
What will your co-parenting relationship with your soon-to-be ex spouse be like? How will you make decisions regarding your child? How much time will you spend with your child each week? These issues and many others are addressed in a Parenting Plan. A Parenting Plan can be negotiated by the spouses, or can be ordered by a Judge. As part of your divorce, we will help you develop a Parenting Plan that is right for you.
Equitable Division of Assets and Debts
Throughout the duration of a marriage, it often occurs that the spouses purchase property, such as a house, furniture, and cars. Furthermore, each spouse may have retirement savings or pensions through an employer. How will these assets be divided? How will debt be divided? If I owned property before I was married, do I get to keep it for myself? At Coastal Collaborative Family Law, we will help you answer these questions and more.
There are many misconception about Child support and how it is calculated. Many people believe that a equal, 50/50 timesharing arrangement means no exchange of child support should occur. While the number of overnights that the children spend with each parent is a factor, it does not dictate the amount of child support, or whether is should be paid. The Florida Statutes Chapter 61 provides a lot of guidance on child support should be calculated. We can help answer your questions regarding payment and child support calculation.
There are several types of alimony, also known as spousal support. The type of alimony that is appropriate in a particular case will depend largely on the length of the marriage and the financial resources available to each party. There are several forms of alimony, including Bridge-the-Gap, Rehabilitative, Durational, Lump sum, and permanent alimony. We can help you determine what types of alimony may be appropriate in your case.
Collaborative Divorce is a private, out-of-court, client-centered approach to ending your marriage. The goal of the Collaborative Process is to find solutions that work for both spouses, while preserving the relationships the clients cherish. With the guidance of collaborative attorneys and allied professionals, the parties will negotiate an end to their marriage in a safe and private setting. The advantage of the Collaborative Process is that it can address the legal, financial, and emotional needs of the parties involved. As part of your case evaluation, we will help you determine if Collaborative Divorce is right for you.
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