Handling the legal aspect of family-related issues can be emotionally challenging in a variety of ways. Selecting the alternative of ending your marriage can be an exceptionally difficult decision. When you are facing divorce or separation, you will often find yourself feeling depressed and drained. A divorce in Florida, legally in and of themselves involve stress, anxiety, and worry. A divorce in Florida can be an intimidating field for those unfamiliar with its nuances, especially when you have a lot to lose. For many people, family law issues such as divorce, child custody battles, and alimony issues can feel absolutely overwhelming. TW Law Group, PLLC will handle your divorce in Orlando Florida, Winter Park Florida, and Ocoee Florida.
The issues covered by family law matters such as, divorce, child custody, asset distribution, can be anxiety inducing and emotionally painful. You should minimize your handling of these situations which would in turn minimize your inability to cope with intense feelings on a daily basis. You would allow TW Law Group, PLLC to do the work to maintain stability for yourself, your children, and your loved ones. Late or missing alimony payments might mean financial distress. The delays and frustrations experienced by those trying to adopt a child can be damaging, too. Our knowledgeable legal team at TW Law Group, PLLC possesses the abilities and experience necessary to handle a wide range of these stressful legal cases. Whatever your family law needs, we have the skills required to help you achieve a satisfactory result.Our family law practice areas include:
• CHILD CUSTODY
• PROPERTY & ASSET DIVISION
• FAMILY LAW
Pursuing any of these areas alone can be daunting, risky, and emotionally taxing. It is important to secure the services of a skilled family law attorney so that your rights are protected. You are at risk of financial exploitation or being taken advantage of if you do not have the help of an attorney to help you navigate the complexities of the legal system. For parents, a family law attorney can also assist you as you fight to safeguard your child’s future.
Throughout the State of Florida, the divorce lawyers of TW Law Group, PLLC have built a reputation as knowledgeable, compassionate, and trusted legal counsel to their clients who are going through a divorce or are dealing with sensitive family matters. We know that this is a trying time in your life, and you need the assistance and advice of someone who understands this process and has navigated it successfully in the past.
Whether you are trying to end your marriage amicably, or if you are anticipating a bitter battle with your soon-to- be ex-spouse, we have the knowledge and experience you need on your side. Many issues need to be resolved before the two of you can move on with your lives, including asset and property division, custody and time allocation of children, and potential spousal support must be discussed and decided before the process can be finalized. We are there for you every step of the way, and during this difficult time, you can rest easy knowing that we are actively fighting for your best interests through this significant moment in life. You can call us at (407) 720-8282 or fill out a contact form on our site. We are ready to help you move on with your life, so call us now.
Why Choose TW Law Group, PLLC?
It is extremely difficult to navigate the tricky waters of a divorce or any Family law issue in Florida without experienced legal help. Turn to our TW Law Group, PLLC who is proud to say that we provide the highest level of service on behalf of our clients. We will fight for your best interests and make sure that you retain what matters most to you. Trust your case to a team that has a track record of protecting their clients and helping them successfully move on with their lives. Turn to TW Law Group, PLLC for help today, and contact us at (407) 720-8282 to get started.
Cases We Handle
The agreements reached during your divorce can significantly impact the rest of your life, from your financial stability to your ability to spend adequate time with your children. Therefore, without a tenacious Florida divorce lawyer on your side, you may not be sufficiently protecting yourself or your future.
TW Law Group, PLLC, is prepared to assist clients with the following divorce issues:
Asset division – The separation and division of assets is one of the most highly-contested issues a divorcing couple must deal with. It is essential to have an attorney on your side passionately fighting to sustain what matters most to you.
Large and Small marital estates – We have experience handling the complicated issues which arise with the complexities of fair asset division, including the Valuation of a business – When a business needs to be considered during a divorce proceedings, we will be there to help determine the valuation earnings, outlook, and other considerations.
Preserving separate property – Strong and passionate legal representation is often necessary when seeking solutions for property that should be kept separate from the divorce proceedings, whether that is an inheritance, gifts, or other.
Custody – Child custody can be argumentative and stressful for both parties, and you need a lawyer on your side, fighting to ensure that you can see your children as much as possible.
Visitation – If you are not awarded custody, you still have a right to be a major part of your children’s life. We will fight to ensure that you remain close to your children, even if you are not the residential parent.
Alimony – If you need to seek alimony from your spouse, we will diligently work to build a solid and strong case in support of your claim to get you the compensation you are rightfully owed.
Enforcement of orders – If your ex fails to follow the orders of the court, you are able to take additional legal action to enforce the legal stipulations and/or agreements that were determined by the state.
Relocation – If you need to relocate and adjustments need to be made to the child custody arrangement due to job relocation or moving closer to be with family to help with childcare, you should have strong legal representation to help you make your claim.
Jurisdictional disputes – When you no longer live in the same state as your spouse, many complications may arise when it comes to serving divorce papers and other jurisdiction issues. We are here to help you.
No-fault divorce – Even though no-fault divorce seems like a more straightforward process, there are still steps that need to be completed before the divorce can be finalized. Let us help you.
TW Law Group, PLLC can help you navigate the legal intricacies of these common divorce issues and more, so contact us today at (407) 720-8282 or fill out our contact form for more information about your rights and options.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our Law Firm is here passionately seeking solutions for each of our clients, and we are always happy to answer any questions you may have regarding the divorce process and your rights. Most of the time, this is the first time encountering such a legal process, so we want to make sure that you are comfortable and understand what is happening. Below are the answers to some frequently asked questions, and feel free to contact us at (407) 720-8282 to discuss your case at any time.
Florida is a no-fault divorce state. When would I cite fault?
What does “no-fault” divorce mean?
Florida is a “no fault” divorce state. This means that either party may seek a divorce without proving any reason for it other than the spouses don’t want to be married anymore. The spouse seeking a divorce simply needs to state that the marriage is “irretrievably broken.”
Do I have to be a resident of Florida to get a divorce here?
According to the Divorce in Florida Laws, one or both spouses must have been a resident of the state of Florida for at least six months before filing for divorce. Also, you must be a current resident of the county in which you file for divorce to meet the state’s residency requirements.
Contact a Divorce Lawyer Today
While divorce can be a painful event in life, it may be necessary if you and your spouse simply just do not belong together. We work hard to help make this difficult transition a bit easier for all involved which is not limited to you, your children, and your family members, and we know what it takes to help you keep what matters most to you.
We are proud of our passion and zest for seeking solutions, and we are well-known in the Florida area. We view all of our clients as our family and friends, and we strive to achieve the best possible outcomes for them, every time we accept a case.
Schedule a consultation with us by calling us at (407)-720-8282, or filling out a contact form. One of our passionately, experienced, and knowledgeable attorneys will sit down with you and discuss the details of your specific family situation, and we can formulate a plan that works for you. Your needs matter most, and we are ready to represent them to the best of our ability. Don’t wait. Contact us today.
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