Nobody wants to go through the divorce process, but if you find yourself in this position you hope that things move forward as smoothly as possible.
Unfortunately, many people find themselves involved with a high-conflict divorce. With this, a variety of disputes move to the forefront. Not only can this slow down the process, but it can cost both parties quite a bit of money. On top of this, it will also worsen the relationship between the divorcing couple.
In the state of Florida, family law judges expect divorcing couples to do everything possible to resolve disputes through mediation or another strategy outside of court. Even so, this isn’t always possible.
When it comes to a high-conflict divorce, here are some of the many issues that may act as sticking points:
— Child support and child custody
— Property division, including uncovering hidden assets
— The division of business interests and retirement accounts
— Home and real estate ownership
— Prenuptial agreements
— Spousal support
At our law firm, we know that nobody wants to go through a high-conflict divorce. We also know that there is no way of avoiding this at times.
If you find yourself in a difficult spot, if you don’t know what to do next, it’s time to take a step back and assess your situation. When doing so with the help of a legal professional you will get a better idea of what the future will bring. From there, you can formulate a strategy to ensure that you make it through your divorce as quickly as possible.