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Get Assistance with Your Florida Divorce from Experienced and Successful Broward and Palm Beach County Family Law Attorneys

If you are preparing for a divorce in Florida, don’t go through it alone. Even in seemingly simple divorces, things can go awry. Heightened emotions can prevent you from resolving things even when you think you are proceeding with an uncontested divorce. Having an experienced Boca Raton divorce lawyer on your side can help to protect your rights and make sure your divorce is finalized as quickly as possible.

Some people believe that hiring a lawyer for your divorce will cause it to be a long and drawn-out ordeal. This is quite the opposite actually. In fact, having an attorney can streamline the process as we remain objective. Our goal is to help you get a fair and equitable settlement and allow you to move on with your life.

At Williams & Varsegi, LLC, we are a full-service family law firm. We represent clients in Broward and Palm Beach counties for all of their family law needs. This can include contested and uncontested divorce, alimony, child support and custody, division of marital property, and more.

Division of Marital Property in Florida

Outside of child custody disputes, one of the areas where couples tend to argue the most is over the division of marital assets. If you and your spouse cannot reach an agreement on your own, a family law court judge will have to render a decision. This will happen after you provide testimony and the judge reviews the facts in the case.

In most cases, the judge will order a fair split of the marital assets. There may be unequal distribution if it appears that one spouse tried to deplete assets or cause a potential interruption of the other spouse’s career or educational opportunities, or whether one spouse contributed to the other’s personal career or education, etc.

Child Custody and Support

Getting through the emotions and frustrations surrounding child custody and support can be difficult for some couples. This is one of the areas where we take the most time. We understand exactly what is at stake here and why it’s important to fight for your rights. If you can’t reach an agreement, the judge will decide on what is in the best interest of your child. This is not about what you and your spouse now want. It’s about what is the right decision for your kids.


There is no guarantee that the court will award you alimony.  There are a number of factors the court uses to determine eligibility, including how long you were married, the financial resources of both parties, the earning capacity of each party, and more. You will also find that there are four types of alimony as well. These are permanent, durational, bridge-the-gap, and rehabilitative.

Contact a Boca Raton Divorce Lawyer Today

Even in an uncontested divorce, it’s important to have an attorney review the marital settlement agreement before you sign. Once the judge signs off, the order is final. Making changes would involve post-judgment modifications, which require something like a substantial change in circumstances to even qualify.

Make sure your interests are represented in your Florida divorce. Contact Williams & Varsegi, LLC, today to schedule an initial consultation.

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