Florida Contested Divorce
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When both parties agree to all of the terms and conditions of a
divorce, they can proceed with an
uncontested divorce. However, if one party disagrees with one or more of these items, then
it is a contested divorce, which is often more complex and emotionally
If you are facing a contested divorce, it is in your best interest to obtain
experienced legal counsel from a skilled divorce attorney. At
Stepniak & Park, we offer experienced representation, affordable prices, and flexible
payment plans that fit your needs. We can thoroughly review your case
and determine all of your legal options to obtain the most favorable outcome possible.
Contested Divorce Proceedings
A contested divorce takes place when one or both parties in a marriage
dispute some or all aspects of their divorce, such as
child custody, and
child support. Contested divorces often take much longer to finalize and involved increased
legal fees. Furthermore, there is a chance you may have to take your case
to trial, which means more money spent on court fees.
The following are the common steps of a contested divorce in Florida:
- Preparing, filing, and serving the divorce petition
- Petition response
- Interview and hire a divorce lawyer
- Discovery process
- Pre-trial motions and hearings
- Court litigation
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When you call us for a
free case evaluation, you will speak directly with one of our two lawyers: Robert F. Stepniak
or Jane S. Park. They will offer candid advice and listen to the details
of your case. Most importantly, they will listen to your goals and your
concerns. If they take your case, they will use their decades of experience
to help you pursue your goals in the most cost-effective way possible.
Contact us and discuss your legal options now.