Jacksonville, FL Divorce Lawyers
Over Thirty Years of Combined Trial Experience
Divorce is a difficult experience for any person. At the Jacksonville, FL law firm of Beller & Bustamante, P.L., we understand the stress and emotions involved in even the most amicable dissolution of marriage. Our family law attorneys take care of the legal matters related to your divorce so that you can focus on the future.
In Florida, the amount of child support owed is determined by legal guidelines that take into consideration all income and earnings of both parents, as well as the children’s needs. Determining child support under the guidelines can be confusing for many families. That is why we work with you step by step to make sure you understand your child support rights and obligations. In the end, whether you are the one who is paying or receiving the support, you will understand exactly how the figure was calculated under Florida’s child support guidelines.
Child Custody, Visitation, and Time Sharing
The Florida family courts subscribe to the belief that in most cases, children are better off when both parents are involved in their lives. When you are going through a divorce, we understand the concerns you have about your relationship with your children. The attorneys at Beller & Bustamante, P.L. are parents, too. We know how much your children mean to you and can take action to make sure that your rights are protected. Offering skilled guidance, we counsel parents on matters like child custody, visitation (parenting plans and time sharing schedules). At Beller & Bustamante, P.L., we can answer your questions about rotating custody, joint custody, equal time sharing, and creating a plan that will work for you.
Alimony or spousal support can be an important consideration when the income from one spouse may be needed to support two households. In the State of Florida, alimony may be awarded on a temporary or permanent basis. At Beller & Bustamante, P.L., we can help you understand Florida alimony law—working to protect your interests during and after your divorce.
Florida law provides for equitable distribution of marital assets and debts. Determining which assets and debts are marital can sometimes be a source of conflict for divorcing couples—as can be the concepts of equitability and fairness. Also, division of certain assets, like retirement plans and businesses, requires specialized legal knowledge. Contact us to make sure that your interests are protected by experienced lawyers.
If you live in Duval, Clay, St. Johns, Flagler, or Putnam counties and you want a divorce, our separate Uncontested Divorce site divorceinthesunshinestate.com provides an online video consult, a flat fee price, and a fast, easy dissolution of your marriage. When clients choose to resolve their dissolution matters within the scope of the law and between themselves, they have a better relationship with their former partner, their children, and overall less stress in their lives. In addition, the monetary savings can be substantial. To assist our clients in efficiently achieving that goal, we have set up this separate web site to move you quickly through your dissolution. In most cases, your marriage will be dissolved within thirty (30) days of us filing for your divorce. Contact the attorneys of the Jacksonville, FL law office of Beller & Bustamante, P.L.
Contact our law firm by calling (904) 288-4414 to schedule a consultation about your divorce and other family law needs. Our experienced divorce attorneys help people through often-difficult conflicts so that they are free to focus on building a bright future.