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The divorce process can get complicated and leave your head spinning.  This is a time when you need to have a rational mindset. It doesn’t help that emotions run high. This can lead to poor decision-making that as a negative impact on both parties. You have to be granted approval from the courts to end a marriage. There are many steps you have to take before that approval will be given. If you fail to carry through with these issues it will result in delays. expenses, and stress.  Aubrey Law’s Winter Park divorce attorney can help. The attorneys at Aubrey Law provides experienced legal guidance and representation throughout the divorce process.

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Property and Assets

The median household income in Orlando is around $42,000. Additionally, the average marriage that ends in divorce will last eight years.  During those eight years, the average Orlando couple will purchase thousands of items, earn an income and accumulate thousands of dollars in credit. More than eight years, All of this property needs to be distributed fairly between both parties. This includes savings in a bank account, real estate, or debt, is marital property. Florida is an equitable distribution state. This means that all marital property will be divided during a divorce.  Examples of marital property include the following:

  • Real estate
  • Motor vehicles
  • Furniture
  • Electronics such as computers and laptops
  • Recreational vehicles
  • Sports equipment
  • Investments
  • Retirement accounts
  • Cash
  • Jewelry and valuables
  • Personal property
  • Business interests
  • Mortgage and vehicle loans
  • Credit card debt

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Child Custody and Visitation

For couples with children, resolving custody disputes are the most stressful part of a divorce. Usually, both parties agree upon shared or joint custody. This allows both parties to have equal parenting rights and responsibilities. If this doesn’t work out, one parent may possess sole legal custody in some cases. The parent may not have any custody or visitation rights.

Alimony and Child Support

Both child support and alimony are vital tools for the custodial parent and/or the lower earning parent to get by and after divorce. We represent clients on both sides of these disputes, which gives us an ability to see both sides of every case. Whether you are the paying or the receiving parent or spouse, we will fight for your best interests to give you the best possible chance heading into the next chapter of your life.

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Contact Experienced Orlando Divorce Attorneys at Aubrey Law

At Aubrey Law, our goal is to resolve disputes through mediation and peaceful routes when possible. Aubrey Law’s attorneys are ready to represent your best interest in court if needed. Divorce is no light matter. Your entire future is a stake.

Struggling with child custody or a divorce? Not sure how to plan for you or a loved one’s elder care? If you are seeking legal representation contact Aubrey Law, Attorneys and Counselors at Law.  Our attorneys handle every legal representation from family law to elder law. Call us at  (407) 647-7887 or send us a send us a message. Visit Aubrey Law’s Office. Aubrey Law serves Altamonte Springs, Longwood, Maitland, Orlando, Oviedo, Winter Garden, Winter Park and Winter Springs and surrounding areas.

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