A divorce is never an easy thing for couples in Florida’s Seminole County. It is easy to feel as though you are alone. Emotions surrounding a divorce can quickly become overwhelming. Paperwork must be filed and court hearings attended and it can all be confusing. At Orlando Family Team, our attorneys are here to assist you. It is our mission to work as efficiently as possible and achieve the outcome you deserve.
Husband-and-wife team Andrew Nickolaou and Ophelia Bernal-Mora work in conjunction with one another on each case they handle. The team provides their clients with the experience of two attorneys, but they never double charge for services rendered. Together, the couple provides their clients with compassionate representation. Call Orlando Family Team today at (407) 413-8057 to schedule a free consultation.
We serve all of Seminole County, including:
- Altamonte Springs
Dealing with Divorce in Seminole County, Florida
At Orlando Family Team, we know that your divorce is unique. While this is true, your divorce will still be categorized in one of two ways: contested or uncontested. When a divorce is classified as contested, it means that the parties have been unable to reach an agreement when it comes to the division of assets and other matters. A judge will determine the decree. In an uncontested divorce, the couple has been able to reach a settlement on their own.
In Florida, you do not have to prove wrongdoing on the part of your spouse in order to be granted a divorce. Florida is considered a no-fault divorce state. You will only need to show that your marriage has been “irretrievably broken” in order for a judge to grant a legal and final separation. When there is evidence of wrongdoing, it will certainly be taken into consideration by the judge when making certain legal decisions regarding your divorce.
Divorces that are uncontested still require legal representation. The process of divorce is not a quick one, and it can be tempting to agree to things you may not have otherwise in the interest of ending things sooner. These decisions can cause you to receive less than what you deserve. When you hire professional representation, you can make sure that your divorce is fair and equitable. Call Orlando Family Team today to arrange a free case evaluation even if your divorce is currently amicable.
Family Law Extends Beyond Divorce
Divorce is one of the first things that come to the mind when thinking of family law, but this field of law encompasses so much more. At Orlando Family Team, our Sanford attorneys can represent you in a variety of cases, including:
Talk to a Seminole County Divorce and Family Law Attorney Today
Whether you are interested in pursuing a divorce in Altamonte Springs, Casselberry or elsewhere in Seminole County, the Orlando Family Team is here for you. Both Andrew Nickolaou and Ophelia Bernal-Mora have excellent reputations in the community and within various professional organizations including AVVO. You can rest assured that they will dedicate themselves to your divorce and protect your interests expertly.
You are not alone when dealing with family law matters. Call our office today at (407) 413-8057 or reach out to us online and let us tell you how we can assist you. There is no cost for your first consultation and you are under no obligation to hire us after we speak.