Miami, FL (PRWEB) July 19, 2013
It is not at all easy to end a marriage. Filing for a divorce to end a long term relationship requires immense strength, patience and introspection. However, after a certain point in time, when a person finds it difficult to envisage a future with his partner, divorce is probably the only solution. When a person reaches that phase in his life, abruptly ending a marriage is not correct, as it would lead to several complications later on in life. Analyzing and evaluating all the aspects of life thus becomes important before any legal separation in Florida.
According to Theodore H. Enfield, P.A, a Matrimonial, Family and Divorce attorney in Miami, Broward and Palm Beach Counties, “Going unprepared for divorce will make your life worse. It is recommended to evaluate all the possible aspects of legal separation before making up the mind for divorce. There are several significant aspects that the couples can consider before considering a legal separation to protect their financial interests and family relationships.”
Theodore H. Enfield, a family lawyer in Miami, with more that 30 years of experience working with couples on issues such as separation, divorce and child custody, offers certain divorce considerations for his clients before dissolving their marriage:
About Theodore H. Enfield, P.A: With more than 30 years of experience in practicing family law, Theodore H. Enfield, matrimonial, family and divorce attorney in Miami, Broward and Palm Beach Counties, is based in Florida for the past 27 years. His specializations include: divorce law, matrimonial and family law, complex divorce and equitable distribution litigation, child custody and visitation, relocation, child support and spousal support proceedings, enforcement and modification, alimony or child support proceedings, contempt of court proceedings, paternity, domestic violence and custody matters, settlement agreements and legal separation Florida. Also, actively involved in the negotiation and drafting of separation agreements along with Prenuptial Agreements and post -nuptial agreements in Florida.