Divorce And Military Divorce

Fort Walton Beach Divorce Attorney

Okaloosa County Military Divorce Lawyer

Divorce is one of the most emotional times in a person's life and the uncertainty about the future can make the process very stressful. You may be wondering how long the process will take, how much it will cost, and what the consequences will be for your children and your assets.

In difficult circumstances such as these, the actions of your divorce attorney can have a significant impact on the outcome. At my law firm, I handle each case with compassionate listening, responsiveness to client needs and clear communication to give each client peace of mind. I will take the time to explain divorce laws in Florida and how they apply to your situation, while providing you with honest information and options.

Fort Walton Beach Divorce Lawyer

My firm can assist you with every aspect of your divorce case, including both uncontested and contested divorces, in Fort Walton Beach and throughout Florida. I can help you arrive at a settlement agreement or bring your case to court concerning:

  • Equitable distribution of marital property, including business interests, retirement accounts and other assets
  • Parenting time and child custody
  • Child support
  • Spousal support
  • Modifications of divorce judgments

I also handle divorce cases for members of the Armed Forces and look out for the many unique issues in military divorce, including the military benefits, retirement issues, access to commissary, medical and dental insurance, survivor benefits, and the Sailors and Soldiers Civil Relief Act.

Paternity Cases in Florida

Paternity, broadly, refers to the broad range of legal rights and responsibilities that parents have toward their children. Mothers may need paternity law help to file for and receive necessary child support payments. Fathers may wish to begin the process of proving fatherhood of a child, or may wish to contest paternity.

Paternity actions most often result when there is confusion regarding the identity of the biological father of the child. This confusion is typically cleared up through a DNA test. Once the identity is proven, additional issues may need resolution, including child support orders or requests for parenting time and child custody.

Compassionate Family Law Representation

Whether you have questions, or you are already beginning the process of divorce, discuss your options and solutions with me, attorney Wanda J. Morgan. Contact my office online, or call 850-613-6923 or toll free at 866-970-0455 and schedule an initial consultation.