Uncontested Divorces

All couples are not the same. Fighting in court is not mandatory just because a marriage is over. It may be best for a couple to determine the nature of their divorce themselves.

We represent clients in uncontested divorces and other family law matters. Under Florida law, courts consider a divorce to be "uncontested" when couples decide on all major issues without fighting about them in court. These issues include:

  • Child custody and visitation (also called parenting time)
  • Child support
  • Alimony (also called spousal support or spousal maintenance)
  • Division of property and debt

Deciding these issues with your spouse outside of court is a good way to cut costs, save time and reduce stress. The process goes most smoothly when you choose to get an experienced lawyer involved - an attorney who is invested in the idea of uncontested divorce, and who can help you save money and time by making smart decisions.

Call 321-453-5007 or toll free at 877-409-1022 to speak with a knowledgeable Brevard County estate planning and probate attorney. You may also complete an online contact form.