How Divorces Are Resolved
Divorce settlements without court intervention are one of our strengths and our strong preference. Trial should be the last resort during your divorce. You have far better uses for the wealth you’ve acquired than to spend thousands of dollars on unnecessary litigation whether paid by you or your spouse. Alternative dispute resolution is the ideal option, whether using the new and innovative collaborative divorce practice method, divorce mediation, or even binding arbitration with a private judge. The best approach for you will vary depending upon your case’s unique aspects, including your and your spouse’s personalities and that of their attorneys. We specialize in tough, creative negotiation. Our methods result in over 90% of our cases being resolved amicably and without court intervention. Our success relates to our many years of experience with various alternative dispute resolution methods, and to our steadfast belief that an amicable resolution generates a better outcome for you and your family.
Marital Settlement Agreements
Marital settlement agreements are written agreements entered into by spouses getting divorced. Such agreements spell out the terms of the divorce. This covers property division, spousal support, child custody, child plans, debt division and other relevant issues to divorce. Our team has drafted numerous agreements covering a range of issues that are customized to each client and their specific issues.
Consult With Our Tampa Bay Divorce Attorneys
With offices in Tampa and St. Petersburg, the Florida divorce attorneys of Harris, Hunt & Derr work with clients throughout the Tampa Bay area. We welcome you to call us at 813-223-5421 (Tampa) or 727-310-3017 (St. Pete) to schedule a consultation about a Florida divorce matter. You may also contact us online.