Divorce Attorney in Orlando, FL

Jennifer Dane Family Law

Orlando Downtown Skyline

Your Case Will Have Our Lawyers Full Attention

At Jennifer Dane Family Law we work closely with our clients to focus on their individual priorities. Your problems and concerns, relationships, assets you want to protect, and personal and financial priorities will be our main focus. Divorce attorney Jennifer Dane will be straightforward and helpful when it comes to the law, and active in suggesting and developing strategies to achieve the outcomes you seek.

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Types of Divorces in Florida:

Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Divorce

The Collaborative divorce is a relatively new approach to the divorce process. It is an approach that allows the parties to work together as a team with their attorneys, mental health professionals, and accountants to complete their divorce on their own terms and in a manner that generally allows for more open communication and increased understanding of each parties perspective throughout the process. In a collaborative divorce the parties do not typically file for divorce immediately, they often wait until they have resolved all of their issues including; equitable distribution, alimony and children’s issues (parenting plan and support). One of the most appealing benefits to a collaborative client is that no personal or financial information is filed with the court unless the parties agree to do so. Meaning that neither parties personal information will be on display or made a part of a public record. This type of privacy is very appealing to high income earners seeking a divorce.

Uncontested Divorce

Uncontested Divorce

There are two different types of divorces in Orlando, FL contested and uncontested. If a couple has resolved all of the issues in their case, the parties can move forward with an uncontested divorce. The issues that must be resolved prior to filing an uncontested divorce include, but are not limited to, equitable distribution, alimony, and issues surrounding any children including time sharing and support. Many times, parties begin the divorce process believing it to be uncontested only to find that they have not discussed all issues surrounding the ending of their marriage. This is why it is important to sit down with an attorney and discuss all of the issues in your case and determine how you should proceed.

Contested Divorce

Another more common type of divorce is the contested divorce. The contested divorce takes place when the parties have not been able to reach an agreement on all of the issues surrounding the ending of their marriage. Typically, a contested divorce begins when one party files a petition for dissolution of marriage with the court. The filing and service of the petition begins the divorce process. After the petition has been filed and the other party has been served with the petition, the responding party has 20 days to file their answer to the petition. If you have been served with a petition for dissolution of marriage, do not delay. Contact the Jennifer Dane Family Law office for a consultation in Orlando, FL.

Experienced and Assertive Representation

Attorney Jennifer Dane will personally handle all aspects of your divorce in Orlando, FL. You will be able to contact Ms. Dane by phone, text or email at any time with questions specific to your case and your concerns. Your case will never be handed to a less experienced attorney. Ms. Dane is the only attorney in Orlando, FL that will advocate for you throughout your entire case. Your divorce will get Ms. Dane’s full attention.

Personalized Legal Representation

If you are facing a divorce or are considering what your next steps are, contact Jennifer Dane Family Law office for a confidential consultation in Orlando, FL to discuss your case, your options and your family. Ms. Dane’s primary focus is to help you and your family transition through the divorce process as seamlessly as possible.