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 legal service fees to the other party. Like spousal support, this is highly dependent on the parties’ relevant financial positions.
Appeals: Our New Port Richey Family Lawyers handle appeals.