Florida is a "no-fault" state, which means that under Florida divorce laws, you do not need to prove cause or "fault" to obtain a divorce. A valid reason for a divorce in Florida is for a spouse to swear under oath in court that the marriage is "irretrievably broken."
The legal term for a divorce in the State of Florida is called a "Dissolution of Marriage."
While there are many types of issues that may be involved in a divorce, each divorce is inherently different, as each families are unique based on their specific circumstances. Some of the common divorce related issues may include, but may certainty not be limited to:
Seeking the early advice of a qualified Orlando divorce attorney is essential to protecting your legal interests, particularly in a contested divorce. Many times an experienced Orlando divorce lawyer can help you settle the outstanding issues without the need for either mediation or a divorce trial. While Florida divorce laws have changed to make dissolution of marriage easier to obtain, various and sometimes complicated matters must be handled to process the divorce.
Orlando divorce and family law attorney, Mark S. Troum is happy to answer your divorce and family law questions and provide more details on what he can accomplish for you. Contact The Troum Law Firm, P.A., through email or call 407.644.6933. From our office in Maitland, Florida, we serve residents throughout Seminole County, Orange County, Osceola County, Brevard County, Volusia County and Lake County, and the entire Central Florida area.