Divorce cases range from simple uncontested divorce cases with no assets and no children to contested divorce cases of long-term marriages with businesses, retirements assets, alimony issues, and children. While it is easy to lump divorce cases into different categories based on external facts, each case is different due to the unique personalities and needs of the people going through the divorce process. As an attorney and counselor at law, I designed my practice to interact closely with clients to gain an understanding of my clients’ needs to align the strategy and workflow of cases with clients’ goals and objectives.
By using technology to be efficient, and limiting my caseload, I am able to handle every aspect of the case from start to finish while remaining competitively priced in relationship to other firms. When you have a question or concern, I am there and easier to reach. Being able to speak with your lawyer, when you need help, greatly reduces stress.
Why Staying with a Small Law Firm is Better for both Contested Divorce and Uncontested Divorce
In my opinion, the practice of contested divorce law does not scale-up well. In other words, increasing the number of people within a law firm isn’t better for the client. When litigating contested divorce cases against larger family law firms, I have seen that cases are passed from person to person in the firm with each new person not possessing a comprehensive understanding of the case – all while costing their clients more (sometimes twice as much as I charge). Think about it, would you rather have an experienced attorney working on all aspects of your case, or a paralegal or inexperienced attorney that has been handed the file right before trial or mediation?
How a Contested Divorce Works Out is Important to Your Future
What happens in a divorce can have lifelong implications for both you and your family, my goal is to reduce your uncertainty and stress by providing excellent client service at reasonable prices. Whether your contested divorce matter is simple or complex, I am ready to assist.
Here is how The Taylor Law Office can help: I can;
- Meet you during a free initial consultation. This is a no pressure meeting that allows us to get to know each other and answer your questions.
- Discuss your options. It is important to know where you stand at the beginning of the process.
- Serve as your resource during the divorce process. I will be there to answer questions as they arise.
- Streamline the process for you by quickly and efficiently completing the paperwork associated with the divorce process.
- And, most importantly, I will serve as your advocate.
If you have questions about your contested divorce or family law options, give me a call. Let’s discuss how The Taylor Law Office can help. To schedule your free initial consultation with a divorce attorney in Jacksonville, Florida, call 904-339-5298 or fill out the Contact Form on the bottom of this page.
Contested Divorce 101: Divorce Basics
In Florida, a divorce may be initiated if one spouse has lived in Florida at least six months and one of the two following facts is plead:
- The marriage is irretrievably broken.
- A spouse is mentally incapacitated.
The legal issues may be relatively straight forward in a case of uncontested divorce with no children or extremely complicated in a contested divorce case with children involving contested custody, alimony, and property matters. Some of the more complicated issues that may arise during a divorce are discussed in greater detail on this website and the blog.