What to know before you go to court: The attorneys at the divorce lawyer you hire will be experts at representing you, your family and your loved ones.
Here are the key factors to consider: Is the divorce going to be permanent?
Will the parties remain married?
Will there be a divorce settlement?
What happens if the divorce is for life?
Will a joint filing fee be paid?
Will money be taken from the joint account?
Will attorneys be required to report their work?
Do the lawyers at your local divorce attorney represent couples who are divorced but have never been married?
Is there an attorney for your child?
Will lawyers be required by law to provide information about their work to their clients?
Do attorneys provide free or low-cost mediation services?
Is the law favorable to spouses?
Will I be able to hire an attorney?
What can I expect when I go to the courthouse?
Is it legal to file a lawsuit in Florida?
What about filing a divorce?
Are the divorce courts available 24/7?
What are the benefits of filing a lawsuit?
How can I get more information about my divorce case?
What is the minimum filing fee for a divorce in Florida and what is the maximum filing fee?
What do I need to know if I want to file for divorce?
Can I hire an outside attorney for a civil case?
Is a divorce attorney available 24 hours a day?
What does a divorce lawyer do for a client?
Are there any fees I should be aware of?
Do I need a lawyer?
What if I’m divorced but my spouse is still alive?
What should I do if I have children?
What kinds of legal documents are acceptable in divorce?
Does my ex have an attorney or lawyer who specializes in divorce law?
What to expect when the divorce comes to a judge’s attention.