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Tampa Divorce Attorney
Nilo J. Sanchez & Associates

Divorce & Family Law Lawyer Tampa
Serving St. Pete, Clearwater and Pasco County
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1006 N. Armenia Avenue
Tampa, FL 33607

Phone: 813-879-4600
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Divorce Attorney, Tampa, Florida

Representing divorcing couples in Tampa, South Tampa, Carrollwood, Brandon, Lutz, Land O' Lakes, Florida

Tampa Divorce Lawyer, Nilo J. Sanchez is located in Tampa, Florida and has been representing families in the Tampa Bay Area for two decades.

divorce tampa, hyde park,brandon,carrollwood,lutz, FL Contact Nilo J Sanchez & Associates for a consultation:
Telephone: 813-879-4600

"If you have received a petition for dissolution of marriage and live in Tampa Bay we represent clients in Tampa, Brandon, St. Petersburg, Clearwater or in Pasco County, Florida. To ask about our free consultation with a
Tampa divorce lawyer, please contact our law office. Mr. Sanchez can explain your rights under Florida law.

If you need to file a petition for dissolution of marriage,
or any type of divorce modification, contact the family law firm of Nilo J Sanchez & Associates, Tampa, Florida."

General Overview of Divorce in Tampa Bay, Florida

Florida divorces are governed by the Florida Divorce Statutes and it is important for your Tampa divorce attorney to understand how these Statutes will affect you and how to reach solutions that will be in the best interest for your loved ones. Our family law firm serves clients in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco County, Florida and throughout Tampa Bay. For a consultation at our Tampa family law firm, contact our office by calling: (813) 879-4600.

In a divorce case, a party may claim Alimony from the other party. Alimony is a form of financial support that one party seeks from the other. In general, Alimony is dependent upon the length of marriage, the financial need of the parties and the financial abilities of the parties. There are different forms of Alimony that apply depending upon the particular circumstances of the divorce case. In Florida, Alimony is governed under Florida Statute 61.08. The types of Alimony the court can award consist of the following: bridge-the-gap, rehabilitative, durational, or permanent in nature or any combination of these forms of alimony.

Equitable Distribution in a Florida Divorce
In a divorce case, the court is required to set apart to each spouse the spouse’s non-marital assets and liabilities and is required to distribute marital assets and liabilities between the parties. In general, a marital asset is one that was acquired during the course of the parties’ marriage and a marital liability is, in general, a liability that was also acquired during the course of the parties’ marriage. The distribution of assets and debts is governed by Florida Statute 61.075.

High Asset Divorce Attorney Tampa Bay, Florida

High net worth divorce attorneys should bring much more expertise and experience to the table. Attorney Sanchez has the experience and resources needed in a high net worth divorce case. From mediating and negotiating to litigation, Nilo J Sanchez easily adapts to ensure that the rights and the goals of his clients are protected and fulfilled. If you are looking for a high net worth divorce lawyer in Tampa, please contact our office for a consultation.

Have You Been Served With a Petition for Divorce in Tampa, Brandon, Lutz or in the Tampa Bay Area, please call our office and ask us about our free consultation.

If you have been served with a petition for divorce or divorce paper it may be in your best interest to contact a family law attorney as soon as possible.

For further information from an experienced Tampa Divorce Lawyer, please call 813-879-4600 to discuss your case.

Attorney's Fees & Costs

If the court determines that one party has the financial need for an award of attorney’s fees and costs and finds that the other party has the financial ability to contribute, then the court can require the contribution of attorney’s fees and costs, both during pendency of the case and at the time of the final hearing. The consideration for attorney’s fees and costs in divorce case is governed by Florida Statute 61.16.

The above information is intended as a brief, in general, overview of divorce and the issues related to a divorce that can arise in a particular divorce case. Greater detail and analysis must be given to appropriately evaluate the specific issues that exist in your particular divorce case. To obtain greater insight into the particular matters pertaining to your divorce, child custody, child support or other family law case, please contact
Tampa Divorce Attorney Nilo Sanchez Jr.
Children and Divorce
When minor children are present in divorce cases, the court is required to determine the type of parental responsibility that shall apply. The court can order the parties to have
shared parental responsibility, which means that the parents shall have an equal say in major matters pertaining to the children such as educational, medical, religion and other significant matters pertaining to the children. If the court determines that shared parental responsibility is detrimental to the child and is not in the child’s best interest, the court can award sole parental responsibility. This means that the parent being awarded sole parental responsibility can make all decisions regarding the child without obtaining the other parent’s approval or consent. In addition to determining the appropriate parental responsibility, the court is required to enter a parenting plan that addresses many issues. In general, the parenting plan sets forth the type of parental responsibility, establishes the time sharing (custody) schedule between the parties, establishes a holiday schedule and addresses other significant matters regarding the co-parenting of the minor child or children.
Additionally, the court is required to address the issue of child support when minor children are present in a divorce case. In general, child support in Florida is dependent upon the time-sharing (custody) schedule and dependent upon the parties’ income. Child support is calculated pursuant to a guideline that is set forth in Florida Statute 61.13.

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