Divorce – Helping You Through The Tough Times
Just as is the case in the rest of the country, divorce in Florida can be a demanding process depending on the circumstances at hand. From working through divorce negotiations to filing the final paperwork that will eventually lead to dissolution of the marriage, couples across the state may face challenges they aren’t equipped to handle on their own. Generally, couples are forced to obtain a lawyer who knows the law and can resolve the issues at hand.
If you live in Ocala and have questions about the divorce process, then Melissa K. Hancock, a family law attorney in Marion County, is the person to turn to. Using her 12 years of legal experience, she has helped clients navigate the oftentimes frustrating divorce process as well as helped them to resolve issues concerning:
- Establishment of grounds for divorce
- Filing for divorce
- Property division
- Fulfilling the terms of a prenuptial or post-nuptial agreement
She also has experience handling divorce-related issues such as child support and child custody issues, business-related matters, and complications concerning estate plans.
Get Results That Are In Your Best Interests
Because no two families have the same situation, divorce can affect people differently. For high-asset and same-sex couples, divorce can be incredibly challenging because of the application of the law. For families with children, the process can be emotional or downright traumatizing.
It’s for these reasons and many more that Florida residents should consider contacting an attorney right away when facing a family law issue. Melissa K. Hancock has extensive experience handling family law cases, helping clients get results that are in their best interests. Contact her today through her online form or by calling 352-433-4383.
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