Clearwater Divorce Attorney
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A Divorce doesn’t have to destroy your life.
Divorce is one of the most trying and difficult periods of anyone’s life – both financially and emotionally. Sorting through everything the process can throw at you, all while trying to plan and prepare for life in drastically changed circumstances, can be an overwhelming ordeal. That’s especially true for the stay-at-home parent or for those in long-term marriages who may not have up-to-date education credentials and employment skills.
When a Divorce turns your world upside down, not knowing the system can cost you. If you’re trying to handle your Divorce on your own, it can be easy to make uninformed and unwise choices that come back to haunt you later. What you need is a guide. An expert. An advocate. A Divorce doesn’t have to destroy your life.
I’ve been helping clients through the Divorce process since 2005. I know the system, and I’ve successfully navigated countless clients through it, ensuring they get a fair and equitable arrangement out of the process. I can be tough as nails when the situation calls for it – but honestly, I’d rather not resort to that, if at all possible. My only goal is to make sure your life is livable after your Divorce.
I handle Divorce, Child Support, Equitable Distribution, Domestic Violence, Alimony, and Child Custody issues. If you’re going through a Divorce or expecting one in the near future, call my office today at (727) 785-2700, or email me at [email protected], for a free consultation.
Let me help you keep your life on track. Call today.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does the divorce process take?
It is typical for the divorce process to last between 6 months and 12 months, but some cases may either last longer or be wrapped up more quickly. I have had them take several years when parties are unreasonable.
What should you ask for in a divorce?
A lawyer will help you to decide what to ask for in a divorce. Assets, custody, and retirement accounts are all common things to ask for during the divorce process.
Can a 401K be split in the divorce process?
It is possible for a 401K to be split during the divorce process. A 401K is most often split when only one party has this type of account.