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Brevard County Divorce Attorneys

Divorce Lawyer Located in Melbourne, Fl, Serving Brevard County

Choosing to divorce is one of the most difficult decisions a couple will ever have to make. Mixed emotions run high as you consider going your separate ways and dividing your assets. The experience can become more difficult and contentious when children are involved. If you are considering divorce, it is extremely important that you remain collected and level-headed. Rash decisions made out of anger or spite can lead to negative results down the line.

The most effective way to ensure you are making smart and informed decisions for yourself, and for your loved ones, is by retaining the services of our compassionate and equally aggressive Brevard County family law attorneys at Henderson & Futchko, P.A. Regardless of the reasons that led you to make this final decision, you need to make sure your rights and interests will be protected, both inside and outside of court. We can make sure this happens.

Schedule your free consultation with our experienced team to learn about the options that you have during this difficult time. Remember, we are here for you.

Types of Divorce Available in Florida

During our more than seven decades of experience, our firm has guided countless men and women through divorce, including military divorces, with many favorable outcomes. No matter how challenging or simple your divorce may seem, we are well-equipped to handle it as effectively and quickly as possible.

We can assist you with the following types of divorces:

  • Contested - A contested divorce is one in which both parties cannot reach an agreement about child support, equitable division of assets, time sharing, visitation, or alimony. The divorce must be settled in court, which can be lengthy.
  • Uncontested - An uncontested divorce is one in which both parties amicably agree on the many factors mentioned previously. Both spouses must complete a financial affidavit within 45 days of when the divorce papers were served. They must both attend the final divorce hearing.
  • Complex - A complex divorce is usually a high-stakes divorce that involves valuable assets such as stock investments, corporations, or tax issues. Property division can become very contentious and may have to be settled in court.

While each of the types of divorce that you may find yourself facing can feel extremely different, you have options to consider in each and every one. Considering the long-lasting effects that divorce brings, you owe it to yourself and your family to explore your choices before deciding on a final step to take. Our Melbourne divorce lawyers can help you come to this decision.

Protect your rights & assets! Henderson & Futchko, P.A. can help.

Our goal is to make the divorce process less overwhelming and stressful for our clients. How do we do this? By providing them with the personal and upfront legal representation they need during such a difficult time, which starts with a free case evaluation. With Henderson & Futchko, P.A. at your side, you don't have to face divorce alone.

If you need more information about how we can help you move on to the next chapter of your life, please do not hesitate to contact us as soon as possible.

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