Tampa, Fl Divorce Attorney
Our firm has a philosophy that negotiating a successful resolution without subjecting the client to the high costs and stress of the courtroom if possible is the best way to go.
Our divorce lawyers first use their experience in the courtroom and understanding of the system to try to leverage successful deals in the negotiating room for our clients. This keeps financial costs, time investment, and emotional stress to a minimum.
In certain cases, we can even work out an agreement before filing any papers. This can mean lower fees and less stress for the entire family.
Sometimes however, litigation is needed to earn a fair outcome. With almost a hundred jury trials and countless non-jury trials worth of litigation experience our divorce lawyers in Tampa, Florida are experienced and comfortable in the courtroom.
We represent clients in both uncontested and highly contested divorce matters. In certain matters we may be able to offer flat fees. We have the experience and expertise to handle family matters, child support issues, alimony cases, and military cases.
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Our Practice Areas
Divorce, known in Florida as the dissolution of marriage, is the legal termination of a marriage prior to the death of either spouse. The court determines divorce terms, and the marriage is deemed to be irretrievably broken when there is no hope for reconciliation in the marital relationship, and if the dissolution is in the best interest of both parties. Either party must reside in Florida for a six-month period to file a petition for dissolution of marriage. Our attorneys at Denmon & Denmon can help you resolve the numerous complex issues concerning a Florida divorce.
A military divorce requires a completely different understanding of statutes from a civilian divorce. In the military, dissolution of marriage involves guidelines and laws that are unique only to the members of the armed services and their families. Our Florida military divorce attorneys at Denmon & Denmon can assist you with the numerous circumstances related to your military divorce proceedings.
High Asset Divorce
The division of assets can oftentimes be a disputed issue in any Florida divorce. Although both parties wish to ensure they receive a fair share of assets, there are times when a party may have opposing definitions of what is fair. At Denmon & Denmon, our divorce attorneys are experienced with helping clients deal with their significant investments and assets. We, along with the aid of industry experts, will be able to provide you with a realistic point of view of your case and its possible outcome.
As of October 2008, “visitation” and “child custody” are legal terms that have been removed from Florida law. Currently, courts now utilize the terms “parenting plans” and “time-sharing” to define the time in which parents may spend with their child. Courts give parents equal consideration and establish time-sharing arrangements based upon the child’s best interests, regardless of the child’s age or gender. At Denmon & Denmon, our attorneys can help you determine child custody issues as you begin the divorce process, and can assist you with issues or problems you may have with a court-ordered time-sharing arrangement.
Alimony is determined by one spouse’s needs and the other spouse’s earning capacity and ability to pay for these needs. Factors taken into consideration when determining alimony include the established standard of living throughout the marriage, the duration of the marriage, the financial resources of the involved parties, the age and physical condition of both parties, and each party’s contribution to the marriage. Unlike child support, there are no set formulas or mathematical calculations for spousal support and alimony. At Denmon & Denmon, we constantly keep the best interests of our clients in mind when dealing with this challenging area of divorce law.
Other Family Law Matters
Whether through mediation, negotiation, or litigation, we have the expertise and competence to handle cases related to domestic violence, prenuptial agreements, annulment, grandparents’ rights, and other pressing matters related to family law.
Call (813) 554-3232 to Consult with a Tampa Family Law Attorney Today
If you have questions and concerns regarding a Florida divorce or other family law matters, call Denmon & Denmon Trial Lawyers today at 813-554-3232 to schedule a consultation. To better serve you, we have offices located in New Port Richey, Tampa, and Pinellas County.