Tampa Uncontested Divorce Lawyer
Uncontested Divorce in Tampa: Avoid the Costs of a Trial
In some circumstances, couples who are considering a divorce actually cooperate
together to accomplish dissolving their marriage and avoiding costly attorney
fees and lengthy legal proceedings. In an uncontested divorce,
both parties must agree on all issues, including:
This is often the simplest and quickest manner in which to get divorced.
Catherine W. Real has been practicing family law in Tampa for over 35 years and she has
been able to help hundreds of couples achieve the goal of divorcing without
litigation and the acrimony that commonly ensues when couples part ways.
With 35 years of experience, she has developed a style and sophistication
in her practice unmatched by her colleagues in and around the Tampa area.
Plan Ahead for Your Divorce
If you and your partner think that you are in agreement with all relevant
issues in your
divorce, you should still consult with a qualified, experienced divorce attorney
to plan the successful outcome of your divorce. What begins as an amicable
uncontested divorce can often unravel and become a protracted, heavily
litigated affair. As financial disclosures are made, one party may reassess
their willingness to continue with an uncontested procedure. There may
be information which is revealed through the process that changes a party's
mind about whether or not they should equally divide their marital assets,
and for good reason.
Legal Advocacy from Tampa Divorce Attorney Catherine W. Real
Consulting with an attorney prior to embarking on an uncontested divorce
may save thousands in future attorney fees and months or years of litigation
in the courts. Catherine W. Real, P.A. is a highly accomplished attorney,
both in and out of the courtroom!
There are several steps one can take prior to the divorce complaint being
filed to ensure a positive outcome in the protection of assets and obtaining
a favorable long term order of support or custody of minor children.
Contact her today and schedule an appointment to discuss your case in detail.