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St. Augustine Divorce Lawyer

St. John’s County Family Attorneys Serving St. Augustine

Among family law issues, divorce is one of the most emotional and difficult processes. Divorce is the legal process by which a marriage is terminated. In a divorce proceeding, the legal bond between both parties is dissolved and related issues are settled in a divorce agreement. Some of the important decisions that must be discussed include:

  • Child custody
  • Time sharing
  • Child support
  • Spousal support
  • Property division

Resolution can take place through voluntary agreement of both parties, formal mediation, or by order of the court after trial. At the Albaugh Law Firm, our firm’s St. Augustine divorce lawyers have both legal and personal experience with divorce cases. In fact, Attorney Ryan Albaugh was raised in a divorced family. This experience can be used to your advantage as we provide you with compassionate counsel and fight to protect your rights and the best interests of your children.

Uncontested & Contested Divorce Cases

Your divorce can either be contested or uncontested, depending on the specific factors involved. Uncontested divorce cases involve agreement regarding all of the terms of divorce. This form of divorce can be pursued when no formal mediation or litigation is necessary. Divorcing couples, who are able, should take advantage of the many benefits of an uncontested divorce. These cases are much less expensive and are finalized quicker than contested divorces. Uncontested divorces still require legal representation because of the complex details involved. In many cases, individuals who handle a case in the absence of an divorce attorney can have their paperwork returned or denied.

Contested divorce occurs when you and your current spouse disagree about various factors of the divorce. If you and your spouse are unable to communicate and cannot have a reasonable conversation about what your respective positions are on the issues that must be addressed, then it is considered a contested divorce. Due to the importance of determining the terms of divorce and the potential negative results you may face, you should hire an experienced St. Augustine divorce attorney from our firm to represent you.

Legal Guidance from the Albaugh Law Firm

At the Albaugh Law Firm, we represent our clients as they navigate the court system, whether their cases are contested or uncontested. As you focus on salvaging the relationships in your family, we can draft your documents, file them with the court, and follow up with the judge to ensure that they are being processed efficiently. We want to ensure that every aspect of your marriage is settled in the divorce and that nothing is left unaddressed. You can save substantial money in an uncontested divorce case by hiring an attorney to assist you so that everything is completed correctly.

Our firm recognizes the sensitive nature of divorce issues, especially in regard to children of the family. The goal of our divorce lawyers is to develop strategies regarding how to use the law to fight for the best outcome possible. Our firm’s founding lawyer, Attorney Ryan Albaugh, knows what factors a judge considers when making decisions regarding parenting.

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