Martial Settlement Agreements
The advancement of the divorce process, and entering into a marital settlement agreement can be financially effective while mitigating long-term stress for both parties involved. At DKP Mens' Divorce Law Group, we employ several legal tools at our disposal--such as mediation to assist the parties come to an amicable agreement at the onset.
A martial settlement agreement has specific sections dedicated to certain aspects of the case. One part of the marital settlement agreement may have to do with the children involved in the action, and another part may have to do with spousal support (alimony). When entering into a martial settlement agreement, both parties are agreeing to be responsible for what is in the agreement as it will be legally binding once ratified by the judge.
Many times after a couple is married, and they begin to combine their assets and liabilities, they worry about what would happen to their property if they end up getting a divorce or separating. Completing a post-nuptial agreement is a good way to avoid the stress of worrying about these things in the unfortunate event that a split might be in the future.
Post-nuptial agreements can govern things such as who gets who’s 401(k), who will continue to drive what car, who will get what house, and so on. If you would like to discuss entering into a Post-Nuptial Agreement, contact the DKP Mens' Divorce Law Group today to schedule a consultation
In the state of Florida, alimony can be “bridge the gap,” rehabilitative, durational, or permanent. The amount of support you receive / pay and the duration of payment depend on many factors, including income, standard of living, and the capacity of each party.
Child Custody & Child Support
Our firm can help you obtain custody through collaboration, mediation, or litigation. We are also familiar with Florida’s child support guidelines and can help make sure that you receive or pay a fair amount.
Do you want to end your marriage? Florida allows divorces based on the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage or the mental incapacity of one spouse for at least three years. An attorney from our firm can help you bring your case to a conclusion through settlement or the trial of your case.
There are instances where clients have been abused by your spouse or another member of your household. We will legally provide you protection and stop domestic violence or the threat. We know of local organizations where you can find shelter while we assist you in obtaining a protective or restraining order to stop any further abuse of you or your children.
Our legal team can help you approach the court and request enforcement when the other party fails to pay support or when your parenting rights are being denied. Consult our firm to learn more.
One of the most disputed and stressful parts of any divorce is equitable distribution. With a divorce attorney from our firm by your side, you can fight to protect what is yours and to obtain a fair and equitable division of your marital property.
We represent several clients with a high net worth. DKP Mens' Divorce Law Group is familiar with high-asset divorce and can protect your assets from being unfairly divided. Our firm can fight relentlessly to protect what is yours.
No divorce is easy. Conflicts are common to arise, and divorce cases involve more conflict than others. DKP Mens' Divorce Law Group has the litigation and legal law ability to address high-conflict divorce cases through aggressive representation/
Circumstances change, which may make it difficult or impossible to comply with court-ordered support or custody. If your circumstances have changed, we can help you prove it to a family law judge so that your court order can be modified, preventing you from facing penalties and enforcement.
Parenting Plans & Time Sharing
In Florida, divorced parents must have a parenting plan that outlines each parent’s rights to custody and visitation. Custody is known as “time sharing” in Florida and must be outlined in a parenting plan in order for a parent to have and defend his or her right to care for or visit the couple’s child after a divorce.
As a father, it is vital that you establish paternity. Only then will you have parental rights to custody, visitation, and support. Our firm can help you establish paternity and fight for your fathers’ rights in divorce.
After a divorce, relocating to a different state or country can be more difficult due to parenting plans and time sharing. Our firm can help you obtain a modification so that you can relocate with your child and not interfere with a court order.