An Experienced Attorney On Your Side
Ms. Abbott and her staff recognize that divorce and family issues can be a very stressful time in your life, which is why her goal is to offer the guidance and support you need to help you navigate through the family court system. Whether it is divorce, military divorce, child custody, paternity or other legal family issues, Ms. Abbott is the divorce attorney who can assist you.
Divorce And Family Law Areas Of Practice Include The Following
- Contested and uncontested divorces
- Complex divorces
- Timesharing/visitation (child custody)
- Relocations and move-aways
- Child support and enforcement
- Spousal support/alimony
- Distribution of property
- Property and marital settlements
- Modification and enforcement actions/contempt
- Domestic violence injunctions
- Paternity determinations
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
- Military divorces
- Stepparent adoptions
- Dependency actions (DCF)
- Division of assets and debts
More Than 17 Years Of Experience
A divorce is almost always complicated, and you want to be sure that you understand your rights and obligations. Ms. Abbott has more than 17 years of experience helping people with divorce and family law issues. She offers her clients the experienced counsel they need to make meaningful decisions about their future.
She provides the professional insight and skill necessary to navigate the legal complexities while helping you recognize the emotional concerns that everyone experiences during this process. She doesn’t sugarcoat her guidance or recommendations, and she helps you know what you need to hear to successfully complete your divorce or any other family law matter.
A “No-Fault Divorce”
Florida is a “no-fault state.” Neither party has to prove to a court the reason for the divorce. Either party may file for a divorce citing that the marriage is irretrievably broken. It’s also important to keep in mind the jurisdictional requirements to file a divorce in Florida. In order to file for a divorce in Brevard County, one of the parties must have resided in the state of Florida for six months prior to the filing of the action.
These and all other requirements will all be discussed when you sit down to speak with Ms. Abbott about the specifics of your divorce. She will explain all this and much more and help you move forward with your life.
Call Ms. Abbott Today
She can help with a wide range of divorce, family law, custody or support issues that needs resolution. Call her Satellite Beach office, call 321-253-2275, or send her an email to schedule a consultation today.