Divorces can be messy and complicated. In addition to determining any applicable child custody arrangements, divorce settlements detail how marital assets will be divided. Since divorces tend to be emotional affairs, it can be difficult for soon-to-be ex-spouses to come up with amicable arrangements on their own.
Divorce and taxes are among the most dreaded words in the English language. Put the two together and you have a nightmare on your hands. Fortunately, an experienced divorce attorney can help you navigate this complicated process. The skilled team of divorce attorneys at Saunders Law Group in Winter Haven, FL, and Polk County, FL understand that taxes are probably one of the last things on your mind at this time. We also understand that with divorce comes raw emotion. That is why we believe in reaching settlements rather than dragging out a painful experience in court.
At Saunders Law Group, we understand the many challenges that people face when it comes to divorce, separations, and other family law matters. We have helped countless people in the Polk County area deal with complicated legal issues surrounding child custody and visitation rights.
If you are considering ending your marriage, you may have questions about contested vs. uncontested divorce. Both will effectively and legally end a marriage, but there are some key differences. At Saunders Law Group in Bartow, FL, our divorce attorneys can help you understand the difference between the two and guide you through the divorce process, whether it is contested or uncontested.