DIANE M. PERRY, P.A.
2400 East Commercial Blvd.
Suite 511
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Tel. (954) 351-2601
Facsimile (954) 351-2605

Divorce

There are many matters that arise when a person is considering divorce. It is important to find a professional to help you. Financial and emotional issues often occur, especially when children are involved. Ms. Perry can assist you with these issues prior to the filing for a petition for dissolution and during the court proceeding for divorce. She has successfully represented many persons for more than 20 years as a family law attorney.

Since the transition to being divorced can be challenging emotionally and financially, all efforts will be made to alleviate those challenges. Your property division and entitlement to support and/or alimony or your obligation to pay support and/or alimony will impact you for years. Ms. Perry will be available to help you make informed decisions on these issues and also matters concerning your children, parenting plans and visitation as well as child support. The distribution of your family’s debt and assets through an equitable distribution plan will be reviewed, and considered. Ms. Perry will guide you through the legal issues of alimony, whether it is rehabilitative alimony, bridge the gap alimony, permanent periodic alimony and /or temporary alimony and whether you are the spouse from whom alimony is sought (the payor) or the spouse who is seeking alimony.

Ms. Perry will make all efforts to limit the unnecessary “fighting” or litigation” while still vigorously representing your interests. This unnecessary fighting or litigation can cause your family case to be needlessly expensive, through payment of attorney fees and costs. The Judge can award temporary and permanent attorney fees to the spouse who has the need for attorney fees and against the spouse who has the ability to pay those fees and also against the spouse who generates unnecessary, recalcitrant or vexatious litigation.

There are many matters that arise when a person is considering divorce. It is important to find a professional to help you. Financial and emotional issues often occur, especially when children are involved. Ms. Perry can assist you with these issues prior to the filing for a petition for dissolution and during the court proceeding for divorce. She has successfully represented many persons for more than 20 years as a family law attorney.

Since the transition to being divorced can be challenging emotionally and financially, all efforts will be made to alleviate those challenges. Your property division and entitlement to support and/or alimony or your obligation to pay support and/or alimony will impact you for years. Ms. Perry will be available to help you make informed decisions on these issues and also matters concerning your children, parenting plans and visitation as well as child support. The distribution of your family’s debt and assets through an equitable distribution plan will be reviewed, and considered. Ms. Perry will guide you through the legal issues of alimony, whether it is rehabilitative alimony, bridge the gap alimony, permanent periodic alimony and /or temporary alimony and whether you are the spouse from whom alimony is sought (the payor) or the spouse who is seeking alimony.

Ms. Perry will make all efforts to limit the unnecessary “fighting” or litigation” while still vigorously representing your interests. This unnecessary fighting or litigation can cause your family case to be needlessly expensive, through payment of attorney fees and costs. The Judge can award temporary and permanent attorney fees to the spouse who has the need for attorney fees and against the spouse who has the ability to pay those fees and also against the spouse who generates unnecessary, recalcitrant or vexatious litigation.