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Fort Lauderdale Divorce Attorneys

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In Florida, no-fault divorce law allows one spouse to end a marriage if he or she feels it is irretrievably broken. It sounds simple, but with the emotional and financial issues involved, divorce is never truly simple. Even people going through an uncontested divorce can benefit from the counsel of an experienced lawyer. No divorce is easy. All divorces come with their own problems. With our experience, we can predict how a case might turn out and see certain issues before they arise. You may not have this ability because you are inexperienced in getting divorced. Leave the experience and know-how to us.

Gilman & Associates, P.A., provides family law representation to men and women. As a law firm of female attorneys, we offer caring, strategic legal counsel. Male clients may benefit from having a woman represent their interests. Female clients appreciate the counsel of a lawyer who truly understands what they are experiencing.

We will listen carefully to you so we gain an understanding of your legal needs and goals. You can rely on our dedication to clients. Please call 954-763-3453 or 954-763-3453 to schedule a consultation with our Fort Lauderdale divorce lawyers.

Legal Counsel In Contested And Uncontested Divorce

Mediation is required for couples in contested divorces in Florida. In many cases, a settlement is reached during the mediation process. Mediation is more cost-effective and efficient than litigation. It is also significantly less stressful for all parties and can help preserve relationships between parents and children. We might represent one of the parties to a divorce proceeding, but we also have an unwavering interest in protecting the rights of minor children born to the relationship. We will not sit by and watch anything negative happen to the children if we can prevent it.

The division of marital property is one step in the divorce process. Marital property is subject to what is called equitable distribution. Property acquired and income earned during a marriage is typically considered marital property. Gifts and inheritances one party receives during or before the marriage are not marital assets if they are maintained separately and not commingled.

Spousal support can be granted to either party if it is warranted. Depending on the financial circumstances, spousal support can take various forms, including temporary, permanent, rehabilitative, reimbursement and bridge-the-gap alimony. We will examine the facts and circumstances pertaining to your marriage and get you what you deserve.

In addition to straightforward divorce matters, we have experience with complex issues, including financial issues. For example, we have represented clients with homes in foreclosure who cannot afford to live apart. You can come to us with any complex divorce matter. Ask Allison how she can help you get through your divorce in the best shape possible.

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Gilman & Associates, P.A.

400 SE 9th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

Tel: 954-763-3453
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