Dolphins, manatees, birds, kayaking, boats, lakes and rivers are just the start of how beautiful and majestic New Port Richey Florida can be. With all of its beautiful water views and recreational activities, there is generally a lot of investment and property ownership in Pasco County, FL. This is among the reasons if you have to dissolve your marriage and there is no reasonable alternative, getting an uncontested divorce in New Port Richey FL can be the best way to go. Traditional divorce often involves years of financial discovery. This means property records, valuations, tax and bank records, and more. If the Pasco County Clerk of Court and family Circuit Court are making decisions for you and your spouse, property division (equitable distribution) may be done in a manner contrary to your preferences. Call Jacobs Law Firm, New Port Richey Divorce Attorney for a consultation. Dial 407-335-8113. Discuss your rights and responsibilities with an experienced family lawyer trained in the art of collaborative and uncontested divorce.
As is generally the case with all amicable dissolution of marriage, an uncontested divorce New Port Richey FL requires both spouses to sign a marital settlement. A marital settlement agreement will equitably (fairly and perhaps equivalently) divide your and your spouse’s assets and liabilities. Assets include boats, houses, cars, retirement accounts, bank accounts, and more. Liabilities may include student loans, credit card debt, mortgage notes, personal loans, etc. The more property involved in your case, the lengthier the settlement agreement. This means you should consider retaining a skilled New Port Richey divorce attorney and settling your case without litigation.
If your New Port Richey uncontested divorce involves minor children, a parenting plan and child support determinations will be required by the Pasco County Court. A parenting plan must meet certain minimum requirements to be accepted by the family judge and ultimately to be enforceable. In most cases, the basic requirements are that your parenting plan specify parental responsibility, overnight timesharing, the schedule for both parents and the children, holiday timesharing schedules, exchanges, school determination authority, childcare providers, means of communication, and other crucial information. The court requires your New Port Richey divorce attorney draft parenting plans that conform to the Court’s rules and guidelines in conformity with Florida law.
Jonathan Jacobs of the Jacobs Law Firm is a New Port Richey divorce attorney that offers uncontested divorce in New Port Richey FL for a reasonable cost and with the utmost of care and concern for your case. When you choose to resolve your divorce amicably, you can save time and money and reduce the stresses a traditional divorce may involve. Call 407-335-8113 to speak with a caring amicable divorce lawyer.