Divorce is, by nature, a troubling and stressful process for the entire family. As divorce attorneys serving Daytona Beach & Ormond Beach, we at Mara Law, P.A. understand the emotional toll your divorce takes on you, and we strive to assist divorcing parties reach agreements as amicably as possible. We take the time to get to know you personally and assess your specific case to find an agreement that works best for you and your children.
When sensitive issues lead to contested divorce, you’ll need to work with a divorce lawyer. Contested divorces require court appearances and generally revolve around any of the following issues:
It’s almost always preferable to avoid a contested divorce, as the court appearances for such events are both costly and time-consuming. An experienced attorney can help you reach an agreement in an uncontested divorce, a divorce in which both parties settle outside of court. In many cases, both parties find that uncontested divorces significantly reduce the strain on the rest of the family.
The lawyers from Mara Law, P.A. understand the emotions that go with divorce proceedings. We provide a personal approach to divorce law that comforts you throughout the process and keeps you calm even when addressing the more sensitive issues in your divorce. Our counsel also provides you with benefits that include:
Let us handle your paperwork and courtroom advocacy so that you can concentrate on your family’s needs. Contact Mara Law, P.A., Attorneys at Law today at 386-672-8081 or through our website. We proudly serve families in Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Seville, Barberville, Palm Coast and the surrounding areas.
Mara Law, P.A. is located in Ormond Beach, FL and serves clients in and around Bunnell, New Smyrna Beach, De Leon Springs, Palm Coast, Daytona Beach, Flagler Beach, Barberville, Pierson, Seville, Port Orange, Flagler County and Volusia County.
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