How Long Does A Divorce Take?

One of the most common questions clients ask is how long it will take for their divorce to be finalized. Divorce proceedings can involve a variety of factors and, depending on whether it is an uncontested divorce or a contested divorce, the time frame involved in filing for divorce can vary quite dramatically. On average a divorce here in Jacksonville or any of the surrounding areas will take between 3-6 months. If there are child custody and child support issues that need to be resolved as part of the divorce process, then it could take up to a year or more to receive your final divorce decree.

Our firm represents clients in all types of divorce proceedings and we have helped countless individuals navigate through divorce process. We are considerate to our clients' needs and we take pride in giving clients the aggressive, yet compassionate representation they deserve. Seeing that your rights and interests are protected throughout your divorce is our primary objective. We have been in practice for close to nearly 30 years and during that time we have gained a comprehensive understanding of state law and how to get results in court. You can trust in the fact that the lawyer at Charles E. Willmott, P.A. will work tirelessly to help you resolve all of your divorce-related issues and move forward with your life without any unnecessary delay. If you are considering filing for divorce, we urge you to contact our firm and schedule to meet with a Board Certified Jacksonville divorce lawyer from our firm at your earliest convenience.

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