Naples Divorce Attorney
Naples Alimony Attorney
Alimony is financial support after divorce. The burden is on the spouse seeking alimony to prove legal entitlement to alimony. If entitled, there are statutory factors that must be applied to your specific circumstances to determine the type and amount of alimony. Depending on your relative financial circumstances, health insurance and attorney’s fees may also be awarded. Florida Statute 61.08 Alimony
Naples Equitable Distribution Attorneys & Naples Business Valuation Attorney
Your marital property will be divided as part of the equitable distribution process. There are statutory factors that must be applied to your specific circumstances to determine if your marital property will be divided equally or whether you or your spouse has a right to retain more than half of the marital assets.
If you or your spouse owned property prior to the marriage, it may qualify legally as non-marital property entitling you or your spouse to retain 100% of that property after divorce. Your marital home, pension plan or retirement account may qualify as part marital and part non-marital property. A formula is applied to determine how much of any one asset you or your spouse may retain as non-marital property. Florida Statute 61.075 Equitable distribution of marital assets and liabilities
Naples Custody Attorneys & Naples Parenting Plan Attorneys
If you and your spouse have minor children together, you will need a parenting plan. A parenting plan is a legal document that addresses custody issues, parenting rights and your children’s needs. Florida Statute 61.13 Support of children; parenting and time-sharing; powers of court
Naples Family Law Mediation
We enlist a family law certified mediator to see if your case can be resolved without the need for trial. The mediator is a neutral professional with specialized experience in negotiating marital settlement agreements.