LGBT Divorce in Daytona Beach

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Married couples in the LGBT community of Florida State may now be able to enjoy all the benefits of marriage, but they also have to deal with all the headaches and complications that can stem from a legal union as well. If you are in a LGBT marriage and are now going through a divorce, team up with our Central Florida divorce attorney. Where other law firms might not be familiar or comfortable with handling a same-sex divorce case, we are more than capable of rising to the challenge and seeing you through this complicated time with as little stress as possible.

LGBT couples can trust us with their divorce case due to our many achievements and accolades:

Same-Sex Divorces and Problems They Face

The legalization of LGBT marriages in Florida is still a relatively new concept and area of the law. Legal professionals and lawmakers are still waiting to see if problematic complexities arise in family law disputes involving same-sex couples, especially divorce. The idea is that the elimination of male- and female-centered “roles” in marriage could have some effect on legislation.

At this time, however, LGBT divorces should be treated just like any other divorce. Preexisting proceedings can be readily applied to these newer forms of marriage dissolution without much difficulty, as long as the case is handled by an experienced divorce lawyer.

When you are divorcing your LGBT spouse, we will want to discuss important matters that could affect your future wellbeing, such as:

Unique Circumstances Regarding Children

There are a few aspects of LGBT divorces and married life that present somewhat complicated areas of the law, and require creative and thorough legal strategies to overcome: child custody and time sharing, sometimes called visitation. For most same-sex married couples, any children that they share together will be from a legal adoption, not birth. When a court cannot readily define a biological connection between the child and either parent, other means will have to be utilized to determine who should get primary custody, and how often the other parent will be allowed to visit. Typically, this boils down to who can provide the best, most comfortable life for the child.

Courts may consider the following when determining child custody and visitation rights in your LGBT divorce:

  • Each spouse’s financial stability
  • Each spouse’s criminal and medical history
  • Child’s health and age
  • Child’s apparent attachment to each parent

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One of the worst parts of a LGBT divorce is actually the time spent going through it. Not knowing how matters will resolve and how your relationship will stand after the divorce can be frustrating, if not a little painful. The sooner you act to finalize your same-sex divorce, the sooner you can start to feel a weight of uncertainty lift off your shoulders.

At The Law Offices of Robert Stepniak, our divorce attorney works closely with our clients, keeping costs low, and avoiding delays wherever possible. We do not want you to feel as if you are being dragged slowly through an uncomfortable process. We want you to feel satisfied and confident that you and your family’s futures will be successful, even apart.

Please do not hesitate to contact us today to learn more about what we can do for you and your LGBT divorce case. We have offices in Daytona Beach, Deland, and Palm Coast.

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