Divorce – Boca Raton Family Law Firm
Dissolution of marriage, or divorce, proceedings are equitable proceedings and are heard in circuit court. One of the parties must have resided in Florida for six months prior to the filing of the divorce petition before the court will obtain jurisdiction. While a divorce is pending, a trial judge may enter orders dealing with child support, alimony, property division, child custody and attorney’s fees and costs.
During this difficult time, it is important to have a divorce attorney who can offer clarity and that you can entrust to navigate the muddy waters of divorce for you. With the divorce rate at an all time high, you won’t have to worry about getting lost in the shuffle. It is our intent that each and every one of our clients find comfort in the fact that they have a zealous, veracious advocate in their corner.
Whether you are ready to proceed with a Dissolution of Marriage or you just want to make sure your interests are protected, it is our mission to ensure that we first listen to your individual needs and tailor an effective strategy to meet those needs. Choosing a divorce attorney is a personal decision and it is important to find counsel that is the right fit for you. Contact The Law Office of Jordan Gerber, P.A. today to schedule a consultation and take the first step in regaining control of your life.
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