Out-Of-State Divorce

Coral Springs Attorneys Handling Out-of-State Divorce

Does your divorce or post-divorce issue involve one spouse who lives in Florida and another who lives in another state or country? When state lines separate people, divorce can be complex. The same is true of post-divorce issues, such as modification and enforcement.

What state's laws need to be followed? Determining jurisdiction is a crucial first step in these cases. It's also a very complex step. It may be based on the location of the children, if children are involved. The experienced lawyers at Heller & Heller in Coral Springs will help you determine jurisdiction. We will educate you about your rights and your options under that state's laws. We can answer all of your questions.

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In out-of-state divorce cases, communication with your attorney is going to be important. You want to know that you have an attorney on your side who will not only answer your calls, but will be willing to communicate with you via email to make the process as convenient for you as possible. At our law firm, we take pride in our responsiveness to communications of all types, from calls to emails.

Uncontested or Contested Divorce

If you are not certain whether your divorce is uncontested or contested, we will be able to quickly review the situation and assess your case. Often, we find cases that appear to be contested on the surface may actually be resolved in an uncontested manner. We are skilled at helping people going through divorce reach marriage settlement agreements and keep their cases out of litigation, saving time and money, while avoiding stress, aggravation and resentment.

Out-of-State Divorce and All Related Issues

Our attorneys are skilled at handing all issues related to out-of-state divorce, including the issue of child custody and visitation, which can become very complex in these cases. It is important to know that a parent cannot typically relocate to another state with a child without a written agreement or a court order.

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How to Choose a Divorce Lawyer

If you want a family law attorney who is easy to talk to, who plans a legal strategy based on your objectives, and who is sincerely concerned about getting you results, we look forward to talking with you. Contact us today for a free consultation.