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Divorce is a significant emotional and difficult time for families. Charles Erickson is well versed in all things relating to divorce in Collier County, Florida, and can offer legal representation when you need it most. It can be complicated to follow the laws associated with ending a marriage such as establishing child support, getting a child support order, and going through property division. However, with the help of a Florida divorce attorney, you can be rest assured that your rights are protected throughout the entire legal process.
Charles Erickson has years of experience working with those who are looking to end their marriage. Unfortunately, divorce is a regular occurrence in Naples, Florida, and having a skilled Florida divorce attorney by your side can help reduce the stress associated with this life change. He can offer legal advice and guide you throughout the entire complex legal process.
Mr. Erickson can help you resolve a variety of issues relating to divorce in Florida including and not limited to:
There are only two grounds for divorce in the state: the marriage has irreconcilable differences, or there is a mental incapacity of one of the parties. If a minor child of the marriage or someone else denies that the marriage isn’t broken in their answer, the court may order them to a marriage counselor, continue the proceedings for a reasonable length of time to allow the parties to change, or to take action that may be otherwise in the best interests of the parties and their minor child or children.
Charles Erickson understands how complicated divorce law in the state of Florida can be. However, he has years of experience helping clients to navigate the legal waters and to get the resolution they’re looking for when it comes to a dissolution of marriage. He uses his immense skills during negotiation and litigation to get his clients the results they’re looking for and deserve.
Divorce law in Florida states that each spouse must have lived in the state for at least six months prior to filing. The Petition for Dissolution of Marriage is filed with the circuit court in the county where the petitioner or spouse filing for dissolution lives. The respondent must be notified of said petition. If they file an answer or counter petition that denies or disagrees with the petition, they may request a notice for trial. The final judgment of dissolution of marriage isn’t entered until at least 20 days after the date the original petition was filed. If the respondent doesn’t respond in this time period, this is known as an uncontested court. This gives the petitioner a default judgment where they can set the details of the divorce in writing on their own.
When you’re going through a divorce in Florida, it’s important to seek the professional legal help from an attorney who knows the law thoroughly. Charles Erickson has represented individuals in Naples, FL as well as Everglade City, Marco Island, and all of the surrounding Collier County, Florida communities. To schedule an important consultation with him today, call 239-430-1126.
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