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Skilled Divorce Guidance When You Need It

Divorce is an emotionally challenging time for all involved. Whether you initiated your divorce or were caught completely off guard, we understand you may be feeling unprepared to deal with it. The good news is that you do not have to face this process alone. The experienced Miami divorce lawyers at de Armas & Arriete, LLC, are here to help you.

Our team has experience navigating all aspects of the divorce process. You can rely on us to answer your questions and provide you with peace of mind about the road ahead in your divorce, and we are available for contact via email 24/7. We know that a divorce can impact every aspect of your life, and we will treat your case with the importance and care it deserves.

Comprehensive Divorce Services

Whether you are a couple with children, have a blended family or own a business, you can rely on us to find a solution that achieves your goals. We offer a full range of divorce-related family law services for issues such as:

  • Child support, including enforcement
  • Child custody and time sharing
  • Child dependency
  • Domestic violence injunctions
  • Name change

No matter the specific issues at play in your divorce, our goal is to protect your legal rights and financial interests while keeping your case as stress-free as possible.

The Differences Between Contested And Uncontested Divorces

There are two primary resolution methods to a divorce: contested and uncontested. Contested divorces are what most people commonly think of when it comes to a divorce, where both spouses go to court and a judge ultimately decides the details of their divorce.

An uncontested divorce is a divorce where both spouses collaborate to decide the terms of their divorce, often with the help of their own legal representation and a mediator. This method allows both spouses to have more control over their divorce, decide on the scheduling and timeline instead of a court, and can often be faster and cheaper than a contested divorce.

While uncontested divorces are often more appealing, there is no guarantee of a resolution. If one spouse is not cooperating, the divorce may need to go to court, where a resolution can happen. Whether you are looking to resolve your divorce uncontested or not, we can help you through the process.

Take The First Step Today

We have the skills and experience to protect your interests in divorce. Call 786-600-4437 or fill out our online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation. Hablamos español.