Every year, as the last days of summer fade away, there is a spike in the number of couples filing for dissolution of marriage, or divorce, according to researchers at the University of Washington. During summer vacations, couples spend more time together, and it often exacerbates marital discord. Rather than rekindle the hopes and dreams of the relationship, many couples become disillusioned with the marriage and are ready for it to end. When there are children, couples feel that a break-up at the end of summer gives them adequate time to adjust before the holidays.
Once the decision is made, a divorce settlement will shape your new life. It affects your children, your finances, and every aspect of your future. It is vital to have the counsel and representation of an experienced divorce attorney to inform you of the options to create a realistic plan. At Allen & Abaray, P.A., we understand that divorce is complex, and we want to help you confidently navigate your divorce proceedings. Our mission is to provide aggressive advocacy for our clients to achieve a favorable outcome.
The Primary Issues in a Divorce
Contact Allen & Abaray, P.A. for Compassionate Advocacy in a Dissolution of Marriage
The divorce process is complicated for individuals without solid legal representation. Some couples feel they can handle their divorce alone. However, an uncontested divorce between amicable couples can quickly become contested. Mistakes can cause delays, financial harm, and future regret.
The attorneys at Allen & Abaray, P.A. want to reduce the stress of your divorce, giving you more time to sort through your emotions and support your children. In addition to the primary issues, we provide legal services for all associated divorce matters, such as modifications, paternity, prenuptial agreements, relocation, termination of parental rights, and domestic violence injunctions.
If you require assistance with a divorce, schedule a free consultation at Allen & Abaray, P.A. at (877)-669-6899 or (863)-669-999 to discuss your options. We represent clients in Lake, Polk, Hillsborough, and Osceola Counties, Florida.