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Cohesive And Caring Guidance Regarding Your Divorce

Marriages break down for a wide variety of deeply personal reasons, and no two family law cases are exactly alike. Parents sometimes have dramatically different views of what arrangements will be best for their children. Dividing assets and liabilities can be contentious and complicated. Resolving child support and alimony fairly may be pivotal with regard to your future security and well-being.

For these and countless other reasons, it is essential to have strong legal advice and personalized representation that works for you. There is no universally applicable approach to divorce or any other family law dispute – because every case is different. At Rebecca H. Fischer, P.A., I adapt my representation to your circumstances and your goals. I am flexible and adaptive within the out-of-court resolution practice such as the Collaborative Process or mediation.

Five Things To Think About While Planning Your Divorce

There are so many issues to consider when preparing to dissolve your marriage. These are five of the most important:

  1. Which method of divorce to use
  2. Which lawyer will represent you
  3. How to maintain financial stability
  4. How to protect your children’s best interests
  5. Where you will live before and after

You can count on me to find the solutions to these concerns. I take a holistic approach to family legal issues to set you on a positive path following the stressful nature of a divorce.

Is A Courtroom-Free Divorce Right For Me?

Finalizing a divorce through a trial can drain your resources and drag on for several months if not years. You might want to consider mediation, negotiation, or the Collaborative Law Process for your divorce. These methods of alternative dispute resolution can give you more control, keep matters private, and cut down on time and money.

Divorce And Children With Special Needs

If you are the parent of a child who has special needs, you have many additional challenges to consider. Changes to a new home, or parenting dynamics, puts extensive stress on your child. As the mother of a child on the autism spectrum and having gone through a divorce with multiple post-dissolution litigation relating to my special needs son, I understand what you are going through. You will find in me an ally who is ready to help you, answer your questions, and do what is best for your child.

Questions About Filing For Divorce? Contact Rebecca H. Fischer, P.A..

When important legal issues are involved, it is critical to consult an experienced lawyer rather than simply discussing problems with well-meaning family members and friends. Make an appointment to talk with an attorney about your divorce by calling 954-546-7250 or by using our online contact form. We are based in Hollywood, Florida.