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Bradenton Divorce Attorney, Faith Z. Brown
The decision to end your marriage is a complicated one…
…clouded by emotion and pain.
For your best possible outcome, rely on Faith Z. Brown, to offer you a number of options that include litigation. We guide you through your divorce, offering wise counsel and practical solutions.
Our Bradenton divorce attorney provides divorce, alimony, and child support services to clients in Sarasota, Lakewood Ranch, Bradenton, Venice, and North Port, Florida, and the surrounding areas.
A Divorce Attorney Offers You Custom Solutions
During an initial consultation, you and our divorce attorney get to know one another and the particulars of your situation. With that information, our lawyer assembles a plan of action that helps you to achieve the resolution you desire. Not every divorce requires a judge to decide matters in open court. Often, matters can be handled with negotiation.
Our attorney, Faith Z. Brown, is an expert in resolving conflict through the use of collaborative law, where both sides work toward settlement.
Cases settled by collaborative law lead to far fewer arguments, result in a quicker divorce timetable, and cost less. Ask our divorce lawyer if this approach is right for your circumstances.
An Alimony Lawyer Represents Your Financial Interests
Paying support to a former spouse is often an area of contention in the divorce. Trust in our alimony lawyer to help you receive what you deserve after years of marriage.
Courts often award alimony to the spouse that brought in less income or maintained the home during a marriage on a temporary or short-term basis. Spousal support can be paid in a lump sum or in a specified number of payments. The idea behind alimony is to help the spouse that earned less money maintain the lifestyle he is she is used to for a defined period of time.
An Alimony Attorney Builds the Best Case for You
Our alimony attorney works with you to see that you receive fair treatment financially as your marriage is ending. You may receive support while the divorce is pending or for a finite period of time while awaiting the sale of a house or going to school.
Depending on your circumstances, the court may award alimony for a period of time that is equal to the length of the marriage or even provide it on a permanent basis. Trust in our alimony lawyer to build a case that provides you with a just settlement for the time you have invested in your marriage.