Contested Divorce in Jacksonville, FL

What is the difference between contested & uncontested divorce?

Florida is a no-fault divorce state which means that a divorce can be granted on one of two grounds:

  • The marriage is irretrievably broken
  • One spouse suffers from mental incapacity

General, when a divorce is filed on the ground of irretrievable breakdown, this opens up the opportunity for the other spouse to deny that the marriage is broken. When this occurs, then there is said to be a contested divorce. Another way for contested divorce to occur is when an agreement cannot be reached regarding division of assets, or when another element cannot be agreed on.

Whenever there is a disagreement regarding whether or not a divorce is desired, there are various options that the court has to proceed with the divorce, or to order an alternative. When there is a dispute regarding the terms of divorce, the couple involved will have various opportunities to resolve these disputes before the court will make a decision on their behalf. If you are facing a contested divorce scenario, then you need skilled representation from a Jacksonville divorce attorney on your side that can help you effectively pursue the results that you need for your future.

Seasoned Jacksonville Divorce Lawyers

I am Charles E. Willmott, P.A., and I have years of experience in representing the residents of Jacksonville, Florida in various family law matters. Look to my firm for the honest and compassionate legal assistance that you need throughout the duration of your case. I understand the emotional hardships that you may be experiencing in this process, and you can be sure that I will work with you to pursue the future that you desire. Let over two decades of legal experience work for you. Contact my office today to discuss your situation and to retain the representation that you need on your side.

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