Guiding Clients Through The Divorce Process For More Than 20 Years
If you are considering divorce, you will be going through a legal process that may be uncomfortable for you. At Saunders Law Group in Bartow, Florida, our family law attorneys strive to help you in your time of difficulty by making sure your case is well-organized and balanced. We also want to make sure that the settlement is mediated fairly and competently for all parties, and that the case is ready to go to trial if it is contested.
Call Us With Your Questions About Florida Divorce: 863-578-4755
Divorce often involves feelings of anger and contention, and frequently these emotions can cause individuals to override logic and practicality. However, we believe it is in the best interest of most families to resolve any family law disputes through a collaborative settlement process instead of litigation. It is our goal to help you reach an amicable solution to and preserve civility. However, in the case that we cannot reach a fair compromise, we are prepared to fight aggressively for your rights in court.
“Spouses are often emotionally distraught and confused at the initial time of divorce, and are not in any shape to begin making decisions. Our attorneys are highly skilled at viewing divorces compassionately and objectively, so they can help you make informed and educated decisions that can benefit your life and well-being.” — Attorney Thomas C. Saunders
We work with our clients to make sure that, first and foremost, the case is:
- Fair and balanced for all parties
- Well-organized from a legal standpoint
- Ready to go to trial if absolutely necessary
We’ll Start By Making Sure You Understand How The Process Moves Forward
In order to make sure you feel comfortable throughout the divorce process, we can explain the details of each stage so you know what to expect. Generally speaking, the process begins with a thorough discussion of your goals and a review of your situation. Your attorney can then file a petition with the court and serve your spouse with the petition.
After your spouse responds, we can discuss issues regarding division of property, alimony and child support. It is our hope to settle divorce through these meetings without having to go to court. If we do reach a settlement, we can present the agreement to a judge, who can provide a divorce decree if no modifications are needed.
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Call us at 863-578-4755 or use our convenient email form to arrange a free consultation with one of our lawyers as soon as possible.