Boca Raton Divorce Attorney
Filing for divorce can be a difficult decision. For some, it can be the path to a new life. For others, it might be painful to move on. Boca Raton divorce attorney Matthew D. Martin is sensitive to the emotions that accompany the divorce process. We comfort our clients and offer up-front advice and practical representation throughout the family law process.
Marriage Irretrievably Broken?
If the Florida residency requirement is met, Florida Courts have the power to dissolve a marriage under two circumstances. The first is if the Court finds the marriage is irretrievably broken. (Florida Statute 61.052(1)(a)). If you think its time to file for divorce, you need to protect your rights. Boca Raton divorce attorney Matthew D. Martin is experienced in divorce and family law cases. Contact us now if your marriage is irretrievably broken and you are looking for a Boca Raton divorce attorney.
The court can also divorce two people if one of the parties is mentally incapacitated for a certain period of time(Florida Statute 61.052(1)(a)). Obtaining a divorce when one party is mentally incapacitated can be a complex area of law. Boca Raton divorce attorney Matthew D. Martin offers free consultations in Florida divorce cases where one party may be mentally incapacitated and the other wants a divorce. Having the opportunity to ask a lawyer licensed in Florida about the facts specific to your case can help protect your best interests. Contact us online or call (888) 984-6487 to schedule an appointment for a free consultation.
What About the Kids?
When contemplating a divorce, parents are oftentimes worried about preserving the relationships with their children. Our firm has experience handling child custody and timesharing issues. We have experience drafting custom parenting plans and litigating cases involving the relocation of minor children. Boca Raton divorce attorney Matthew. D. Martin strives to minimize the impact a divorce has on his client’s family by offering practical legal advice.
Florida Residency Requirements
To get divorced in Florida, the residence of one of the parties to the marriage must be a Florida resident for 6 months prior to the divorce being filed (Florida Statute 61.021). Therefore, one must be careful if they are planning on moving between states because it could affect their ability to get a divorce in Florida. Boca Raton divorce attorney Matthew D. Martin offers free consultations regarding family law matters if you are considering filing for divorce or relocating. We work closely with out clients to determine whether residency requirements are met and handle our client’s case accordingly.
Our law firm practices primarily in the area of divorce and family law. Boca Raton divorce attorney Matthew D. Martin is available to meet with you for a confidential consultation if you are contemplating separation from your spouse. Contact us Online or (888) 984-6487.