Divorce is a complex process that may impact multiple aspects of your life. Beyond the legal concerns, divorce can exhaust you mentally, physically and financially. Your divorce may encompass more than just the issues with you soon to be ex-spouse. Child custody, child support and child visitation are other important elements you should consider.
According to the Forest Institute of Professional Psychology, 49% of first marriages end in divorce. That number rises to 65% for second marriages.
The Challenges Of Divorce
For most people, the transition period during a divorce is an extremely emotional time and all the issues involved in the matrimonial break up may be in contention. Both partners often have severe communication issues. Physical interaction may become so unpleasant and cumbersome; it may seem that the divorce process will never end. Add to that, the expected tension over the distribution of marital assets, and you will quickly appreciate the need for legal advice.
Dealing with divorce is never an easy task. There are many issues to address and legal proceedings to endure.
Florida is considered “equitable distribution” state. This means that marital assets are not generally split 50/50. Note that “equitable” means “fair”. It does not mean “equal”. Some of the circumstances that could influence the definition of “fair” include: the duration of the marriage, whether or not a pre-nuptial agreement was drafted and the financial contributions of each person. Any of these factors could radically impact how assets are divided. Don’t risk your financial future. Get professional legal advice from the Kemp and Ruge Law Group.
The divorce attorneys with the Kemp and Ruge Law Group understand these emotional issues and financial decisions will affect you for years to come. Kemp and Ruge will strive to resolve the trepidations of divorce between you and your ex-spouse as peacefully as possible. However, Kemp and Ruge will aggressively protect your interests and personal needs.
From representing you as your divorce lawyer to assisting you with child custody issues, the attorneys of Kemp & Ruge Law Group are here to aggressively pursue your legal rights during the entire process. If you are even thinking about making a life-changing decision regarding your domestic situation, please consult with a family law attorney. Click here for your Pasco County Divorce Attorney, Hernando County Divorce Attorney, Pinellas County Divorce Attorney, Hillsborough County Divorce Attorney, Tampa Divorce Attorney, Clearwater Divorce Attorney, Lutz Divorce Attorney, Land O’ Lakes Divorce Attorney, Odessa Divorce Attorney, New Port Richey Divorce Attorney, Spring Hill Divorce Attorney, Tarpon Springs Divorce Attorney, and Palm Harbor Divorce Attorney. At Kemp & Ruge Law Group, you can sit down with a lawyer and discuss your family law situation during a FREE initial consultation. Please call us at (727) 848-OVER.
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