Divorce Counsel and Representation in Miami
Even the most amicable divorces are stressful and emotionally trying. There is no way to eliminate the pain associated with divorce, but the stress and anxiety of this process can be greatly reduced if you work with the right lawyer.
Melanie Cambridge is a great advocate to have on your side, as she is intimately familiar with all aspects of the divorce process. She will provide the guidance you need so that you can finalize your divorce and move on with your life.
Approaches to Divorce
When most people think of divorce, they picture high stakes courtroom scenarios. Often, however, the divorce process is surprisingly amicable, with many spouses electing to settle their differences cooperatively through mediation. During mediation, a neutral third party helps spouses arrive at important decisions regarding finances and childcare. Although spouses typically have to make some concessions, this approach allows both to get through the divorce process in a peaceful and relatively expedited manner.
Collaborative divorce is a common and effective alternative to mediation. This approach allows couples who have significant disagreements regarding child custody, visitation, and financial issues to secure mutually beneficial resolutions outside of the courtroom. In collaborative divorces, both spouses retain legal counsel, while also turning to teams of experts for insight into various aspects of the divorce process.
In some cases, it is impossible for couples to resolve their differences away from the courtroom. In such situations, it is important to work with a strong legal advocate. Melanie Cambridge will fight aggressively to ensure that the best interests of you and your children are represented both in and out of the courtroom setting.
Issues Resolved Through Divorce
Divorce can cause a lot of unforeseen issues, particularly for couples with children. Whether mediation, collaboration, or litigation is the chosen approach, concerns such as child custody, maintenance, and division of properly must be addressed before divorcing spouses can go their separate ways. Highlighted below are a few of the most common concerns dealt with during the divorce process:
- Property division
- Child custody
- Child support
- Taxation and debt issues
- Right to inherit
Whether your greatest divorce concern is child custody or property division, it is imperative that you work with a trusted family attorney.
Reach out to the Law Office of Melanie A. Cambridge PA to learn more about your options.