The end of a marriage can be a difficult time for all the parties involved including the children. The process can be convoluted especially when emotions of guilt, regret and betrayal are often times involved. The effects of a divorce can be felt long term even after the legal matters appear seemingly resolved. Whether you or your spouse is seeking a dissolution of marriage, you need a knowledgeable attorney to give you a long-term perspective on the division of assets, alimony, and child support.
At Porra Law, we guide our clients from the initial filing through post judgment issues. We understand that it is a difficult time and forthright, knowledgeable, personalized representation is our goal.
Do not regret not knowing your rights or that of your children. Call Porra Law today to speak with Attorney May Porraspita at 800-492-5455 and let us protect your rights.
Without a doubt, a divorce with children adds a layer of difficulty to the process. The parties are often concerned about how the division of marital assets will affect their ability to provide for the child(ren). Parents often wonder how childcare expenses will be allocated and become particularly anxious about child support that at times can last for years to come. Child support in Florida is based on the individual incomes of the parents and the established timesharing arrangement.
Attorney May Porraspita does a careful in depth analysis of your income and that of your soon to be ex-spouse to determine how much child support you will need to pay or in the alternative how much you can expect to receive. Porra Law zealously represents its clients. Through well-crafted negotiations and aggressive litigation, if necessary, pursues a child support agreement that is fair and equitable for you and your children.
Don’t navigate the complexities of child support or your own or rely on a third party to determine your rights or that of your children. Call Porra Law today for your free consultation with Attorney May Porraspita at 800-492-5455.
Judges in Florida have wide discretion in determining alimony payments following a dissolution of marriage. Therefore, it is essential that you work with an experienced lawyer who can negotiate on your behalf at mediation or best present your case to a judge. While there are multiple types of alimony, the biggest misconception arises with permanent alimony which does not have to be permanent.
Florida has new rules on alimony affected by the duration of your marriage. Don’t navigate the complexities of alimony on your own. Call Porra Law today for your free consultation with Attorney May Porraspita at 800-492-5455.
Simply because a final judgment has been entered does not mean that your divorce is over. Often times, changes in circumstances require your case to be re-opened. With alimony, changed circumstances such as involuntary job loss, good faith change in employment, chorionic illness, or disability could be the basis for an alimony modification. Attorney May Porraspita reviews your case to determine if your alimony payments are fair and equitable.
Additionally, child support may also be subject to a modification. The parent seeking the modification will have to show a substantial, material or unanticipated change in circumstances. The modification must also be shown to serve the child’s best interests. Attorney May Porraspita is here to assist you whether you are seeking a modification or defending against one.
Call Porra Law today for your free consultation and allow Attorney May Porraspita to advise you on your legal rights and the best course of action in your potential modification.