Jacksonville Divorce Attorneys
Problems? Pick Porter! Call (904) 701-0591
The dissolution of a marriage can generate great emotional hardship and
financial turmoil. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, we
can assist you. We know that your family needs to be protected with the
quality representation we can provide. We are prepared to take every necessary
step to help you achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
Why Choose Our Divorce Attorneys?
- More than 90 years of combined experience
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- Achieving Results for Thousands of Clients
Dissolution of marriage can be a very stressful experience. At the Law
Offices of Jason K.S. Porter, P.A., we understand that and can give you
the individual attention you deserve. Our goal is to see to it that the
outcome you desire is achieved. We are confident that we can help! Our
years of experience in family law can be used to your advantage and we
can advise you every step of the way.
When it comes to matters of
child custody, you deserve to have the best legal advocates on your side.
Contact us today to discover how our divorce attorneys can be of service to you.
What Are the Requirements for Divorce in Florida?
Considering divorce? Unsure about what you need? We can help you. First,
there is a residency requirement. You or your spouse must have lived in
the state for at least six months before you are able to file for divorce.
The next step is to file for the dissolution of marriage in the court
where you are currently living, and this petition is then served to the
spouse, or defendant. A response to the petition must be filed 20 days
After these steps, you will begin the process of negotiating matters such
as property division, debt division, alimony, and child support or custody
matters. Florida is a no-fault divorce state, which means that it is not
necessary for one or the other spouse to prove fault in the marriage.
One or the other spouse does not need to agree to end the marriage.
A Divorce Lawyer in Jacksonville, FL Devoted to the Best Interests of Your Children
We all agree that the children and their best interests are the greatest
concern in a divorce matter. If a divorce is uncontested, both spouses
agree to the dissolution of the marriage and all major decisions concerning:
No matter how amicable the divorce may be or how friendly you and your
spouse are, do not finalize any agreements or sign anything until you
consult with a lawyer.
A contested divorce can be a lot more complicated, time-consuming and costly.
If your divorce is contested, your case will go to trial where all of
the important decisions concerning the divorce will be made by a judge.
No matter what circumstances you find yourself in, we strongly advise
you to retain the services of a knowledgeable and experienced Jacksonville
divorce lawyer from our firm.
Our firm also assists clients through the
mediation process. In mediation, agreements are made concerning:
contact a Jacksonville divorce attorney at our office for more information. Call (904) 701-0591.