Plant City Alimony Attorney
As an experienced family law firm, the family law attorneys at Byrd & Barnhill are there to fight for you and protect you. In a Florida contested divorce alimony can be a major issue. There are different types of alimony, including permanent periodic alimony, rehabilitative alimony, bridge the gap alimony and lump sum alimony.
Contested Dissolution of Marriage
If you have been served with divorce papers, it is vital that you immediately consult an experienced, knowledgeable and aggressive Plant City family lawyer to protect your rights and help lead you through the divorce process. Many spouses delay in contacting a divorce lawyer because they are in denial about the breakdown in the marriage or succumb to wishful thinking about reconciliation. It has been said that ‘those who hesitate are lost’ and this is true in a contested dissolution of marriage proceeding. Call Johnnie Byrd and David Barnhill now at (813) 759-1224.
Lawyer Dissolution of marriage can be contested or uncontested. In either case you need the advice and counsel of an experienced divorce attorney who can advise you of your rights. Divorce, whether contested or uncontested, is a complex area of Florida law and you should always have the help of an experienced and aggressive divorce attorney at every step in the process. That is why you should contact Johnnie Byrd and David Barnhill at the first sign that your marriage is not working. Give us a call at (813) 59-1224 for a free case evaluation.
If you are planning to come in for a free consultation about filing for divorce, please take a look at the forms on this website, specifically the client intake sheet. The information necessary to start the process will be captured if you download and fill out the intake sheet. Also, the financial affidavit is required to be completed. Depending on whether you earn more or less than $50,000 per year, you should download and complete a draft of your financial affidavit. Also, review the other documents, such as the sample marital settlement agreement, so that you can get an idea of the type of decisions that go into a dissolution of marriage proceeding. Please feel free to call us if you have any questions. Click HERE to download forms.