These are our 6 types of divorce cases we deal with
Contested Divorces are dissolution of marriage proceedings in which the parties do not agree on one or more specific issues. The Office is experienced at handling these contested cases in the courtroom and at the mediation table…
This is a matter in which you and your spouse agree on all issues. If there are minor children, you and your spouse agree on time-sharing and child support among other children’s issues. If you have marital property, you both agree on the…
William S. Foley has experience in negotiating and litigating High Profile, complex, high net worth, high asset and high income divorces. These cases have problems and goals specific to only these types of divorces…
If you are the military member and are on active duty or are deployed it can be very challenging to get in touch with your attorney when you are serving your country. We try as hard as we can to be there for our military service members…
What is a Collaborative Divorce?
Collaborative Divorce can save you time, money, and it can be a humane way to settle your divorce case.
Not everyone has heard about collaborative divorce, and there are still a lot of…
It means that we quote exactly what your attorney fees will be at the beginning of the case, and it won’t change. It’s fixed. We give you 6 stages of litigation. That’s the different dates for payments to be due. If your case is over on day 5 after retaining…
We are problem solvers.
We understand that going through a divorce is a trying and difficult time that involves more than simply legal problems.
If you are contemplating a divorce, William S. Foley, a Tampa Divorce Lawyer will handle all of the legal aspects of the divorce in addition to guiding you through other non-legal aspects.
We are problem solvers and we can help you through this time.
Can a divorce lawyer represent both sides?
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- WILLIAM S. FOLEY, P.A. also handles high income and substantial asset cases, Click for more info.
- We want the divorce to proceed with a minimal level of confrontation, especially if children are involved. We will provide you with contact information for local organizations and counseling that can offer support to both you and your family throughout the dissolution. Click Here for Sesame Street’s video on explaining Divorce for children.
- Click here to read about —> What to do when you are served with divorce papers?
- The Office does offer payment plans in certain situations, please inquire with the Office if your case is eligible for a payment plan.
- Watch our 2-minute video series on YouTube: Why can’t a divorce lawyer represent both sides?
- Is Florida a ‘No-Fault Divorce’ state? Read HERE for more info.
- Part of our misinformation series: Wiretapping my spouse? Is that a good idea? (Short answer? No.)
- What happens at a Case Management Conference in Hillsborough County?
- Should I file for divorce without an attorney?
- Do you do Gray Divorces? YES! Read HERE for information about Divorce in the Golden Years.
- Who leaves the house during a divorce? We get this question all the time, read the article for more information as sometimes it is a surprising answer.
- How long do I have to live in Florida before I can get a divorce? Read more here for the answer!
- I live out of state, but my divorce is in Florida. Can you still help me? The answer is YES! More HERE
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- What should I ask an attorney during my divorce initial consultation?