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Miami Divorce Attorney

Miami Divorce Lawyers Handling Complex Divorces in Miami-Dade County & Throughout South Florida

Foster•Morales Sockel•Stone is a boutique Miami family law firm with the expertise and experience to handle any type of divorce case, regardless of how complicated the issues are. Our team of attorneys includes two partners who are Florida Bar Certified Specialists in Marital and Family law and Fellows in both the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the International Academy of Family Lawyers. Our goal is to provide you with an effective strategy and skillful representation so you are able to achieve your goals and obtain the best result, whether that means resolving your case or proceeding to trial when a resolution is not otherwise possible.

We understand that the divorce process can be very difficult for the entire family. Our objective is to help you get through this process in an efficient manner, while providing sound advice and counsel so decisions can be made that are in the best interest of the children and financially prudent. We recognize that there is not a one-size-fits-all divorce. The Miami divorce attorneys in our firm can effectively handle the unique issues of your case.

Grounds for Divorce in Florida

Only two grounds for divorce are recognized under Florida divorce law – an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage, or mental incapacity of the parties. The vast majority of divorces in Florida are based on the ground that the marriage is irretrievably broken. This type of divorce is “no-fault.” It is not necessary to prove that one spouse is at fault in causing the breakdown of the marriage. One party has to simply allege and testify that the marriage is irretrievably broken. We can assist you in making sure your petition for divorce is technically accurate, complete and filed in the appropriate court.

Important Issues that Must be Addressed and Resolved in the Divorce

In a Florida divorce the judge will enter final court orders which can impact you and your children immediately and for years to come, so it is vital to come to court prepared and well-represented by knowledgeable and experienced family law attorneys. Matters to be determined in the divorce may include:

  • Parental Responsibility for the children and a Parenting Plan,
  • The equitable distribution of marital assets and liabilities,
  • The duration, amount and type of alimony to be paid by one spouse to the other spouse,
  • The amount of child support to be paid by one spouse to the other spouse,
  • Whether one spouse is required to pay the other spouse’s attorney fees and costs,
  • The enforceability of any prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement.

Help with Divorce in South Florida from Skilled and Knowledgeable Miami Divorce Attorneys

Whether you are filing for divorce or responding to divorce papers served on you by your spouse, move forward with confidence knowing you have retained one of the leading law firms in Miami-Dade County for divorce and family law. Call experienced Miami divorce attorneys Foster•Morales Sockel•Stone at 305-577-0090 to schedule a consultation, or contact us online.

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