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Divorce Is Hard, But You Will Get Through It

In Florida, divorce is legally referred to as the “dissolution of marriage.” This is a clinical way to describe what can be a major upheaval. No matter what, the struggles ahead of you are not more than you can handle when you choose the right legal team.

At The Law Office of Christine Aung PLLC, our attorneys will be with you through your divorce’s ups and downs. We advocate for clients from Deltona and the Daytona area. All of our clients come to appreciate our highly effective, thoughtful advocacy in divorce matters.

How To Pursue Divorce In Florida

There is only one legal requirement for dissolution to be considered in Florida, and it is that the marriage must be proven by both parties to be irretrievably broken. This can include:

  • Domestic abuse
  • Adultery
  • Abandonment
  • Desertion for a lengthy period.

For the divorce to be valid, at least one of the involved parties must be a Florida resident for six months before filing, and the marriage must be legally recognized.

Hiring our experienced family law attorneys during dissolution can help to simplify the process during such an emotional and stressful time. We will help you with the court hearings and paperwork. We will be there when you need it.

The Advantage Of Our Versatility

We have extensive experience in many practice areas, so that we can bring that insight into your case. For instance, our work in criminal law allows us to understand the difficulties of divorces that touch on domestic violence.

Additionally, while it is always easier to work out an agreement, we are unafraid to go to court to advocate for you and your needs vigorously. Our understanding of business and accounting can greatly impact your property division.

Reach Out To Us

When you’re considering divorce, at any point, contact our office. We will walk you through the process and help you build a strategy to move forward. We want to help you get to a better situation. Contact our office by phone at 386-951-6135.