Divorce is not traditionally regarded as an amicable process. Even the word conjures up images of bitter spouses fighting over every last detail in court. However, this aggression and hostility are not the norm: many Florida couples opt for an uncontested divorce, in which they work together to end the relationship on their own terms.
An uncontested divorce occurs when you and your spouse agree on all of the key issues, such as timesharing (child custody), child support, and property division. Not only is this option less expensive because there is no litigation involved, but you achieve a settlement agreement that you are both happy with. Or, sometimes there are no issues – you simply want to end the marriage.
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Attorney Dahlia A. Walker-Huntington understands that even uncontested divorces can be emotionally difficult, which is why she is committed to helping clients negotiate and formalize their agreement in a timely and cost-effective manner. As your Florida divorce attorney, among the areas she will address are:
- Negotiate a custody / timesharing agreement that gives you maximum time with your children. Since both parents are actively involved in the negotiation, the resulting arrangement can set the stage for a positive co-parenting relationship.
- Ensure that you receive your fair share of the marital estate while keeping separate property that you owned before the marriage.
- Put together a fair and reasonable alimony agreement that sustains you or your spouse until you / they can become economically self-sufficient.
She has a reputation for her empathetic and client-driven approach, and will provide you with honest, pragmatic advice while keeping your best interests in mind.
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When you and your spouse agree on all details of your divorce, the Law Offices of Dahlia A. Walker, PA will ensure that the agreement and all associated documentation are properly drawn up in accordance with Florida law, so that you can begin your new life on solid ground. For more information or to schedule a case review, please call 954-963-8555.