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Divorce
No matter who is at fault, most divorces are extremely painful events for the parties and, especially, for any children who involved.
If you are thinking about divorce or dissolution, you need a lawyer who is knowledgeable and professional, but who is also sympathetic to your needs in one of the most stressful times of your life.

Attorney June Loochkartt has worked with divorce clientele for over fifteen years, representing both men and women with respect, compassion, and dedication to their rights under Florida’s complex divorce laws, and especially with an eye towards the parents’ obligations toward their children.

Before or during your consultation, you must consider a number of factors under Florida divorce law. These include:

Divorce or Dissolution? Different circumstances will determine what kind of case you will be filing.
Residency: One of the parties must be a Florida resident for at least six months.

Jurisdiction- 
You must file in a court that has jurisdiction over one of the parties.

Property-
 Florida is an “equitable distribution” state. This means that a court will decide what is fair to the parties and the children under each separate set of circumstance for each separate case. The does not necessarily mean that property in Florida is divided 50-50. An attorney needs to evaluate each case separately to see what each party should be entitled to.

Spousal Support (Alimony)- 
Alimony, whether temporary or permanent, is an issue that decided on a case-by-case basis. Not all divorcing couples will have alimony as a part of their proceedings. There are many factors involved, such as the size of the marital estate, the length of the marriage, the relative earning power of each of the parties, and many more. Again, only an experienced Florida divorce attorney can properly evaluate each case to see if a spousal support is appropriate.

Custody- This is often the most contentious and difficult aspect of a divorce. Courts look at many factors in determining custody, including the age of the children, the preference for the children, the stability of the home, educational requirements, and money more (far too many to discuss here).  
Child Support- Florida uses a standard guide in determining child support amounts, which must be automatically deducted from the paying party’s paycheck, if possible.
Emotional and Legal Support- At least as important to a divorcing person as the law is the support that the lawyer gives. With her many years of experience in the field, Attorney June Loochkartt, simple, cares about you, your children, and your case.