Divorce of Marriage
Divorce attorneys at Lyons, Snyder & Collin, P.A. Have Extensive Experience In All Divorce Related Matters
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Our family law attorneys have handled over 400 divorce matters, representing all types of individuals from professional athletes to high net worth executives.
Statistics provide that 50% of all marriages end in divorce and every divorce is unique. As a result, divorce is rarely easy or without emotional and financial stress. In addition, this is usually a person's first contact with the Court system. Therefore, you need an experienced, aggressive and result-driven divorce lawyer who can "think out of the box" and advocate for your best interests and needs.
When having to face changing circumstances which occur during a divorce proceeding, such as equitable distribution, child support, child custody/time-sharing, alimony, or relocation issues, it is important that you have the right divorce attorney on your side.
The Florida divorce lawyers at Lyons, Snyder & Collin, P.A., have the ability, knowledge, and understanding of the law to fight for your rights.
When you are seeking to retain a divorce attorney, it is important that you choose someone who has the ability and knowledge to resolve issues as effectively as possible. You need a divorce lawyer that will work with the opposing attorney to get negotiations completed so the issues of child support, child custody/time-sharing, alimony, and equitable distribution can be resolved in a timely manner.
Our divorce attorneys understand that keeping your fees as low as possible is a priority - we will not argue frivolous motions. That being said, with our extensive trial experience, we can be very aggressive - when warranted.
The bottom line: at Lyons, Snyder & Collin, P.A. our goal is to achieve an equitable result (as quickly and effortlessly as possible and by any means necessary) so you can begin your new life without the stress and turmoil usually prevalent during a divorce.
We encourage you to read Mr. Snyder's article, "What to consider prior to filing for divorce", if you have any questions about the divorce process.