Clearwater, Florida Family Attorneys

The team at C. Alvarez Law has spent years building up our firm to be the preeminent practice in family law, serving the needs of several areas, including Clearwater, Florida. In Clearwater, Florida, we offer access to Simplified or Uncontested Dissolution services that will help you move your divorce along. We want families to know that we’re here to help you end your marriage so you and your partner can move on as quickly and as peacefully as possible.

Our legal services start with an initial consultation. This is where we will ask important questions concerning your circumstances and your case with complete confidentiality. Afterward, we will work together to help you take the best path to resolving your legal issues.

Simplified or Uncontested Dissolution: Why Choose Us?

When you want a simplified or uncontested dissolution, you’re trying to end your marriage as quickly and as painlessly as possible. You and your partner are either mostly in agreement or ready to work together to make decisions on factors you don’t know or understand. With C. Alvarez Law, we can help you get through this tough time and truly put your union behind you.

Legal issues within the family are always complicated, no matter where you live in the United States, so even a simplified divorce can be complicated. To better help families get through these trying times, we abide by five core values that help us best serve our clients.

  • Compassion: One cannot provide help through a family issue without compassion. Being cold and distant is not going to help any family find a solution during such an emotionally trying time. For this reason, we show empathy for their situation to help guide them through this difficult process.
  • Communication: In family law, the only way to fight for what best benefits the family is to also know what’s best for the family. For this reason, we do our best to maintain open and consistent communication with our clients so we are all always on the same page and as well-informed as possible.
  • Teamwork: Every case is a team effort. To make sure we achieve the best possible outcome, we must also include our clients who know their situation best.
  • Professionalism: There is a difference between being familiar and being unprofessional. You can be compassionate, helpful, communicative, and a team player, all while maintaining professionalism. We are here to give legal advice and sympathy based on that. Our recommendations will always come from a place of helping you get what you and your family need.
  • Honesty: There is no point in being anything less than honest with a client. Compassion, communication, teamwork, and professionalism all require us to be honest to be effective. That’s how we can succeed as a team.

Divorce isn’t the same as dealing with a criminal charge or any other facet of law. This is personal on every level and will affect everyone involved likely for the rest of their lives. Our core values help us remember this and act accordingly to offer our legal help to people who live in the Clearwater, Florida area.

Our Simplified or Uncontested Dissolution Services

If you’re trying to complete a Simplified or Uncontested Dissolution, you’re trying to simplify several different processes and clauses. You can’t skip these processes and clauses, especially if you have children. There are several issues that our Simplified or Uncontested Dissolution services can help residents of Clearwater, Florida, resolve. These include legal issues such as:

  • Child Custody: If a marriage ends with children involved, then the most important thing to put into writing is how you will continue to care for your children. Even if the custody arrangement is mutually agreed upon, there is legal work and explanations that need to be presented to Florida courts.
  • Child Support: Once child custody is determined, the issue of child support comes up when one parent is the primary custodial parent and needs financial assistance from the other to care for them. While courts are likely to agree with divorcing couples who agree, ultimately, they have the final say and may want to use their system to decide how much someone should be charged.
  • Alimony: Regardless of whether or not you have children, if one spouse makes significantly more money than the other, one can ask the other to pay them alimony. This money is meant to help them maintain their living arrangements as close to their marital life post-divorce as possible, within reason.

Contact the Clearwater Family Law Attorneys at C. Alvarez Law for a Consultation

If you’re living in Clearwater, Florida and you’re facing a divorce or family law-related issue, don’t suffer alone. We can help you resolve your situation and try to find the best solution possible so you can continue living your life with your family.

We understand that there is no such thing as a simple issue or solution in family law and that you should have all the help you can get. Contact us today for more information or to schedule a consultation.