Cohen & Best, P.A.,
we believe effective
divorce - marriage dissolution attorney - lawyer
legal representation requires
experience and dedication to protect the
rights of those who have entrusted us with their legal issues, while
maintaining the best interest of each client.
Law encompasses various detailed aspects
which are all extremely important in negotiating a reasonable
Some of these additional Family Law issues which may need to
be addressed in a divorce may
are three types of divorce proceedings: Contested Divorce, Uncontested
Divorce and Annulment.
person sued for divorce decides to fight the terms of the
marriage disillusion and is unable to reach an agreement with the
spouse during the proceedings.
uncontested divorce is a proceeding in which a person sued for
divorce does not fight it and instead reaches an agreement with the
spouse during the proceedings. In these cases, the terms of the
divorce are agreed upon by both parties. Uncontested divorces
are generally much more amicable and economical than other types of
annulment is not really a divorce, although it does
dissolve a marriage. However, annulments basically treat the
marriage as though it never happened. Annulments are difficult to
get, particularly if the marriage is long. Grounds for annulment
may include: misrepresentation or fraud, concealment, refusal or
inability to consummate the marriage, or a misunderstanding.
Divorce Attorney - Lawyer serving
and Polk County area residents
Cohen & Best, P.A., believes it is
extremely important to hire a qualified
Lakeland Divorce Attorney
- Lawyer to represent your legal interest when you are engaged in a contested or uncontested divorce proceeding.
often arise which may have to be dealt with in a timely
would require the knowledge and experience of a qualified divorce
attorney - lawyer to ensure the matter is handled fairly while giving you the
best possible chance for a positive solution regarding all divorce
Cohen & Best, P.A.,
vigorously represents the rights
of individuals who are currently engaged in divorce, marriage
dissolution, or other family law legal matters.