We know Divorce is tough. But educating yourself on your divorce helps. Below we go over the buts and bolts of divorcing in New Port Richey and Dade City.
Child Custody: In Pasco Courts, Child Custody is also known as parental responsibility and time-sharing.
Equitable Distribution: Assets and debts accumulated during the marriage must be divided as party of your divorce proceeding.
Alimony: Alimony, also known as spousal support is a continued financial maintenance paid to a needy spouse for a term of months or years.
Child Support: Florida Courts require the payment of child support in cases where a child is under the age of 18. Child support is based on incomes of the parties, relevant deductions, and the established child custody arrangement.
Attorneys Fees: In certain cases , one party might be responsible for contributing some or all of the fees to the other party. Like alimony, this is highly dependent on the parties’ relevant financial positions.
Appeals: Our New Port Richey Family Lawyers handle appeals.