The Tampa Divorce Attorneys at Denmon & Denmon have extensive experience in marital and family law. If we can help the parties collaborate on their divorce, or drive the matter to a settlement that is fair and reasonable to both parties involved, we will. Our Tampa family law and divorce attorneys will develop a strategic plan of attack to reach a reasonable settlement to the divorce or family law matter.
Denmon & Denmon Divorce and Family Law Practice Areas
Military Divorce - Divorces involving military personnel can have unique and detrimental effects when it comes to child custody arrangements and the division of assets, among other military divorce issues.
Child Support - Support for your child after or during a divorce can help keep your kids clothed and fed while you put your life back together.
Child Custody - Many parents fear losing custody of their children or becoming a part-time parent. Negotiating a fair time sharing is quintessential to you and your child’s well-being.
Post Divorce Modifications - After a divorce is finalized, it may be necessary to renegotiate the terms of the dissolution of marriage. Not everything is set in stone.
Mediation - If a couple decides that a divorce is mutually beneficial, they may need the services of a mediator to navigate the legal proceedings and paperwork.
Child Relocation - Relocating a child in or out of Tampa requires consensus from both parents regarding the location and custody arrangements.
Alimony - Both parties have equal stake in the marital assets, including retirement funds, wages earned, and possessions obtained during the marriage.
Women’s Divorce - While women are more likely to get more custody over the children, they require additional funds to pay for their needs and their children’s needs.
Men’s Divorce - Men have a lot to lose in a divorce. They can lose time with their children, money, and a slew of other things they hold dear.
You deserve to have your case heard, receive the marital assets you’re entitled to, and move on with your life after a divorce. Contact the Denmon & Denmon family law and divorce attorneys in Tampa to see how we can help you or call (813) 554-3232.
1. What are the residency requirements for divorce in Florida?
2. What the differences between uncontested and contested divorces?
If there are children involved, a couple will often be directed to a court. This divorce court will conduct interviews and make recommendations based on a number of criteria.
During a contested divorce, one or both spouses have a disagreement and must go to divorce court to settle their differences. It’s strongly advised that anyone in this position seek the counsel of an attorney. The paperwork, procedures, and court hearings associated with a dissolution of marriage are very complicated and require a great deal of legal knowledge.
3. How do I initiate a divorce in Tampa?
If it’s determined that your spouse will not fully cooperate, the case is sent to divorce court to be handled by a judge.