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Family / Divorce

Family / Divorce
We are committed to helping our clients adjust to the changes that their family is facing, protect their interests, and guide them down the road that lies ahead.

At the Law Offices of Stephen K. Miller, we recognize that anyone involved in a divorce faces an array of legal, financial and, in some cases, parental challenges. That’s why we are committed to helping our clients adjust to the changes that their family will face, protect their interests, and guide them down the road that lies ahead.

Florida has abolished fault as a ground for divorce and a divorce is known officially as the dissolution of marriage. This lessens the potential harm to the husband, wife, and their children during the Florida divorce process. Under Florida divorce law, all that is required to dissolve a marriage is proof that the marriage exists, proof that at least one party has been a state resident for six months prior to filing, and proof that the marriage has been irretrievably broken.

The divorce process is emotional and traumatic for everyone involved, but marriage partners are not typically aware of their legal rights and obligations under Florida divorce law. There are many statutory requirements and court rules that must be followed or a party involved in the divorce can lose certain rights forever. Only an experienced Florida family law attorney can offer the sound legal advice necessary to get through this painful process.

That is why anyone considering a divorce should obtain the services of an attorney concerning legal questions, spousal rights, rights of any children involved, property rights, and the financial consequences of a divorce. The experienced and knowledgeable staff at the Florida Law Offices of Stephen K. Miller will analyze your unique situation and help you and your family through this difficult time.

Stephen K. Miller and his team are well-versed in Divorce and Family Law as it applies not only to the dissolution of the marital relationship, but in the modification or enforcement of the terms of a divorce, or when court intervention is necessary in issues relating to the custody, paternity or support of minor children.

Our firm, with several offices throughout North-Central Florida, can handle most cases concerning Florida family law, including:

 Uncontested and Contested Divorces
 Division of Assets
 Child Custody
 Child Support/ Alimony
 Modification / Enforcement of Final Judgment
 Visitation
 Restraining Orders
 DCF Dependency Cases
 Domestic Violence Injunctions
 Florida DCF Action: Parental Rights
 Divorce Agreements
 Paternity
 Parenting
 Separation Agreement
 Custody Law
 Property Division

With more than 5,000 cases under our belt, our aggressive attorneys, along with a team of knowledgeable legal assistants and support staff, are capable of handling a variety of legal matters. We offer practical advice and formidable trial skills that are unmatched.

Even though our Florida law firm may never need to take your case to court, our strength and our track record of success can influence negotiations on any disputed family law issue.

To learn how our commitment to your immediate and long-term interests can benefit you in a Florida divorce, regardless of how complex, contact one of the family law experts at the Law Offices of Stephen K. Miller.

 
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(Alachua County)

Jacksonville
(Duval & Surrounding)

Ocala
(Marion & Surrounding)

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(Levy & Surrounding)

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(Columbia & Surrounding)

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(Putnam & Surrounding)

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(Seminole County)

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