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Wesley Chappel Divorce Lawyers
Chances are you’ve been thinking about a divorce for a long time. Asking your spouse for a divorce is only the beginning.
- Do you know how to navigate the Florida or Wesley Chapel legal system?
- Do you know what to expect in a court in Wesley Chapel?
- A divorce attorney familiar with the Wesley Chapel court system can answer many of your questions.
If the Marriage is Irretrievably Broken:
Simply put, a marriage is irretrievably broken when both spouses agree that it is over. However, if one spouse objects or there are minor children from the marriage, the court may delay your divorce for three months and/or order you both to attend counseling with a member of the clergy, a psychologist or other licensed professional.
Simplified Dissolution of Marriage
If you and your spouse agree the marriage is over and there are no minor children, it may be possible for the court in Wesley Chapel to simply enter a judgment terminating the marriage.
Arranging custody of your minor children is a prerequisite to getting a divorce. If you and your spouse cannot come to an agreement—known as a parenting plan—that the court approves, custody may be determined by the judge under a standard known as “the best interests” of the children. With your divorce lawyer’s help, you may be able arrange custody according to your family’s individual needs.
Call Wesley Chapel divorce attorneys Rechel & Associates today at (813) 931-8111 to discuss your options. We will provide seasoned guidance and counseling through all aspects of your divorce.