S. G. Morrow & Associates, P.A. has years of experience as Divorce Attorney Miami. Sometimes…
Everywhere you turn it seems like people are splitting up. From high school best friends who are now off to separate colleges; boyfriends and girlfriends calling it quits, and married couples deciding that they can no longer work out their differences. It feels like nothing is permanent, especially the holy union of marriage. At one point, it was said that 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. But that is a myth. Divorce reached its peak in the 1970 and 1980s and has been on a 30-year decline. So why do we hear about divorces so often? It could be attributed to social media, or the population in the United States has grown exponentially over the past three decades. In any case, divorce is still common in today’s society
Many people get a divorce because of “irreconcilable differences.” They just simply can not work their issues out. Others may divorce due to the abuse of their partner, while some break up because of infidelity. Either their own infidelity or that of their partner. But having a great divorce attorney in South Florida can save you a lot of headache if you find you and your spouse going your separate ways.
Stephanie G. Morrow and her associates have been handling divorce cases in Miami and Fort Lauderdale for years. They know what it takes in order to make a divorce as effortless as the situation allows them. If you need an experienced divorce attorney in South Florida who will look out for your best interest, give S.G. Morrow and Associates, P.A. a call. They can put you on the right track to starting anew after an emotional rollercoaster of a divorce. Set up appointment for a consultation today by giving them a call.
Florida is what’s known as a “no-fault” state, meaning you don’t need to have a great reason for getting a divorce. Either spouse could file for one stating the marriage is “irretrievably broken,” or unfixable. But the court may take into considerations of fault if they are determining alimony.
At least one spouse must be a resident of Florida prior to filing for a divorce. Upon consultation, your South Florida divorce attorney will be able to get into greater detail. South Florida is also known for a lot of celebrity divorces, making South Florida divorce attorneys a valuable asset.
When it comes to handling your divorce case with the care and understanding it deserves, contact Stephanie G. Morrow and Associates, P.A. They have years of experience fighting for the rights of their clients. No one wants to have their divorce dragged out unnecessarily, so the legal professionals alongside Stephanie G. Morrow will work diligently to make sure everything goes as smoothly as possibly can. Give them a call today if your marriage is ending and let them fight for what you rightfully deserve.
people who come to the United States from all areas of the world who seek to gain employment or secure citizenship and start their new lives. Whatever your reason for visiting us, we can help. For client convenience, our law office is located near the Aventura Mall.
Our associates are experienced in practicing several different areas of immigration law including family immigration, employment-based immigration, visas, and citizenship proceedings. Attorney Stephanie Morrow has represented clients from around the world, including:
Every country has their own laws and circumstances which must be navigated in order to get a successful outcome, and not every family law attorney has this type of international experience. No matter where a client travels from to find us, we look forward to discussing their case and helping them plan for a new beginning.
Family law sometimes goes hand in hand with immigration law, especially in such an international hotspot like Aventura. Bilingual in Spanish and English, the Aventura Law Offices of S.G. Morrow & Associates is up to the challenge. We are able to translate the law into a language that you can understand so you can make the best legal decisions for you and your family. We believe that you know best when it comes to your situation.