Magnolia Law Family Law Attorneys
There are many family law issues that can hugely impact our clients’ lives. Handling these complicated family law issues can be a challenging task to face alone. As part of a full-service law firm, our Family Law attorneys are able to provide a comprehensive approach to complex family law matters and litigation.
With the best interests and well-being of your family being our priority, the assistance, experience, and personalized approach of our Family Law attorneys can be invaluable in your search for resolution and closure to any family law related matter you may be facing.
Believe us when we say that there’s close to nothing we have not already seen before — contact us today, Magnolia Law can handle it!
We have handled a wide variety of divorce and family law cases and are prepared to assist you with legal matters that involve:
- Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements
- Dissolution of Marriage (Uncontested & Contested)
- Paternity Actions
- Child Custody, Timesharing and Visitation
- Parental Responsibility/Parenting Plans
- Child Support/Child Support Enforcement
- Dependency Proceedings
- Domestic Violence Injunctions
- Domestication of Foreign Judgments
- Mediation/Dispute Resolution
- Modifications of Final Judgments
- Same Sex Family Law Issues
- Temporary Custody
- Termination of Parental Rights
Contact Magnolia Law
Whether you have been accused of committing a crime, are in the middle of a contentious divorce or child custody battle, about to embark upon the purchase of a new home, or you are a forward-thinking entrepreneur — you can benefit greatly from the strategic and sophisticated advice of a knowledgeable attorney at Magnolia Law.
In Florida, couples can dissolve their marriage and secure a divorce in an amicable manner, which is faster and less expensive than a contested divorce, by choosing to proceed with a Simplified Divorce. This is an uncontested divorce, that you can proceed with if you and your spouse have the ability to cooperate and can agree on issues such as equitable distribution and that neither party is seeking alimony. Additionally, a simplified divorce Requires that there are no minor children involved.
If a couple does not qualify for a Simplified Divorce in Florida (usually because they have children), Magnolia Law can still assist clients in obtaining a quick divorce — as long as the parties are in agreement and are willing to work with one another to reach a full resolution to their divorce.
In New York, couples can also choose to dissolve their marriages in a quicker, less expensive and simpler manner by choosing to proceed with an uncontested divorce. The parties need to agree on all divorce related issues such as alimony, equitable distribution, child support and custody and must enter into a comprehensive Marital Settlement Agreement which is then made part of the final divorce paperwork and upon the basis of which the divorce is granted by the Court, as long as the Agreement is acceptable to the Court.
Reach out to us today! Magnolia Law will guide you through the simplified or uncontested divorce process whether you are a resident of the State of Florida or New York. Obtaining a divorce does not have to be a long drawn out process or adversarial in nature. It can be accomplished quickly and without breaking the bank.
A contested divorce can take much more time to finalize than an uncontested divorce. A dissolution of marriage by way of a contested divorce means that the parties are not in agreement and the court will eventually need to decide issues such as asset division, timesharing, parental responsibility, division of debts and property as well as the award of alimony and child support.
Although most contested divorces do not end up in a full blown trial and they are more often than not settled by agreement of both parties — you should not attempt to represent yourself. Instead, you should immediately hire an experienced divorce attorney to guide you through the legal process. Magnolia Law offers both skilled negotiators and experienced litigators to navigate the divorce process with you to ensure your best interests are represented and the best resolution for your case is obtained.