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Tampa Divorce Attorneys

Taking the step to end your marriage is emotionally draining. Faced with more than just a future without your partner, you have uncertainties about your financial security, your relationship with your children, and what life can be like on your own.

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The dedicated Tampa divorce attorneys at Caveda Law Firm, P.A. strive to relieve some of those uncertainties by building a clear picture of the options available to you and the potential outcomes. We support you throughout all aspects of divorce, including child custody, support and alimony, property and asset division, and with enforcement and modification of arrangements as needed.

Divorce is one of the most sensitive and complex areas of the law, requiring an experienced legal partner. The divorce lawyers at Caveda Law Firm, P.A. have been supporting Tampa families for over 25 years, and are ready to do the same for you.

Call Caveda Law Firm, P.A. today at (813) 336-5690 for a Free Consultation with a Tampa Divorce Lawyer!

Types of Divorce

There are almost as many types of divorce as there are types of relationships. From uncontested to collaborative to contested, there are varying levels of legal support and involvement required to effectively sever the relationship.

Uncontested Divorce

An uncontested divorce only occurs when both parties are in agreement regarding all aspects of the split, including support, distribution of assets, and time-sharing. If you are being presented with the opportunity for an uncontested divorce, it is in your best interests to meet with an attorney who can review the agreement and ensure you are protected during the proceedings. We support you throughout the entire process or can step in to assist at any time you are having trouble, either with paperwork or negotiation.

Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative divorce is becoming more and more popular. Each spouse is represented by a different attorney, however much of the discussion is handled in the negotiation room rather than the courtroom. Each party is required to work together honestly, respectfully, and in good faith to find working solutions. With a collaborative divorce, if either party chooses to litigate, or if a final agreement is unable to be reached, both attorneys must resign from the case. This is to ensure that the attorneys don’t stand in the way of finding amicable results in order to profit from going to trial.

Contested Divorce

Sometimes, relationships have reached a point where collaboration is no longer an option. Either communication has completely broken down or the parties simply can’t agree on a fair solution. Their case is then taken before a judge who will have the final decision regarding all aspects of the divorce. During a contested divorce is when a skilled divorce attorney can provide the most support. Caveda Law Firm, P.A. works to reduce your stress by providing their extensive legal expertise to work for you.

Military Divorce

The divorce of active and retired members of the military have a number of issues not found in standard divorce proceedings. There are federal guidelines regarding asset division, specifically regarding military pensions. The “Ten Year Rule” is also frequently misunderstood, with spouses having an inaccurate understanding of what they can expect from their military divorce. With a military and legal background, divorce lawyer David Caveda is uniquely prepared to handle this type of divorce effectively and efficiently, with a firm understanding of the specific laws and how they impact you and your case.

Your Tampa Divorce Attorneys

Caveda Law Firm, P.A. is dedicated to providing you with outstanding legal support. Whether you are considering divorce or responding to a divorce summons, our family law firm protects your rights and delivers the best possible results for you and your family.

Call Caveda Law Firm, P.A. today at (813) 336-5690 for a Free Consultation with a Tampa Divorce Lawyer!