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Though many couples expect to remain married for the rest of their lives, the truth is that many Americans end up divorcing. Divorce is a common and often healthy option for couples that simply no longer agree on many aspects of their lives. For this reason, many Florida residents seek divorce assistance from The Law Offices of Steven J. Glaros & Associates. Reach out today to schedule a free consultation with our divorce lawyers in Clearwater, FL.

Make the right choice for your family's future by opting for professional divorce assistance. With more than thirty years of family law experience, our divorce attorneys are more than capable of assisting you and your partner as you navigate the divorce process. Meet with a member of our staff today to discuss your unique situation and learn how our firm can streamline your approach filing for divorce.


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Many of our clients feel apprehensive about undergoing a divorce. Even though thousands of couples separate every year, divorce is still stigmatized. However, our divorce law office wants you to know that divorce is extremely common, and often the healthiest choice for couples that are no longer happy together. It's one of the reasons The Law Offices of Steven J. Glaros & Associates is so committed to streamlining the process for our clients.

One of the best ways to ensure your divorce proceeds reasonably is by drawing up a separation agreement. Unfortunately, many couples don't opt for prenuptial agreements, or even marital agreements while they are still on good terms. This can lead to intense disagreements between the fair divisions of assets later on. But with help from our divorce lawyers, it's easy to prepare for worst-case scenarios.


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Property Division: In the event of a divorce, Florida law requires an equitable distribution of marital property. However, this does not mean that you and your partner will split your assets evenly down the middle. It means you'll receive assets equal to contributions you made over the course of your marriage. Our attorneys can help ensure you receive the assets to which you're entitled.

Child Custody: Couples with children must determine how to manage custody after they divorce. Most couples tend to settle on sole custody, joint custody, or rotating custody. However, the agreement that's right for your family may differ from other families' arrangements. Let our divorce law office help you make the right choice.

Spousal Support: Depending on which of you earn more, you and your spouse may need to make spousal support payments—also known as alimony. Alimony ensures that the lower-earning partner is able to sustain a good quality of life after divorce.


Contact us today to schedule a meeting with our knowledgeable divorce lawyers. We proudly serve clients in Clearwater, FL, and the surrounding areas.