Divorce and other family law matters are fraught with emotion, making them among the most complex legal issues to handle. Our legal team at Copus & Copus, P.A. in Shalimar understands how difficult these situations are, which is why we are committed to compassionate and personal legal guidance. Our Florida attorneys draw on more than 30 years of collective experience in pursuing the best interests of our clients. In thousands of cases, attorneys Steven and Jennifer Copus have guided families in the Panhandle toward a brighter future. When you hire us, we will never hand you over to an assistant who lacks the credentials necessary to represent you. Instead, we will carry you through each step of your case to ensure your rights are protected during your divorce.
If you’ve chosen to end your marriage, it’s important to have a detailed understanding of the laws and procedures that govern divorce in Florida. Our Okaloosa County legal team delivers knowledgeable guidance on key issues such as:
We know that in addition to the legal and emotional challenges you face, divorce also triggers financial strain. To help you start your next chapter successfully, our firm offers affordable rates so call us to schedule your initial consultation.
When marriages end, spouses who stayed at home for many years might lack the ability to support themselves and maintain their standard of living. To rectify such situations, Florida has established various types of alimony, also known as spousal support or maintenance, which are payments to assist a husband or wife during and after a divorce. Whether a spouse seeks temporary support while the divorce is pending, funds to cover them while they restore their earning capacity, or long-term financial maintenance, we’ll outline the relevant factors that go into these decisions, such as the duration of the marriage. From there, we’ll assert your rights effectively whether you are the potential paying or recipient spouse.
As a husband-and-wife law firm, we understand that many divorce disputes can be worked out without the aggravation and expense of litigation. That’s why we are strong supporters of divorce mediation, where terms relating to property division, child custody, alimony and other concerns are resolved in a less formal setting. With the assistance of a qualified mediator, you and your spouse can maintain your control and privacy while reaching a consensus that respects both parties’ wishes. In addition to the advocacy we provide in this forum, attorney Jennifer Copus is a mediator certified by the Florida Supreme Court and can provide a comprehensive perspective on these proceedings.
Copus & Copus, P.A. represents Florida clients in all types of family law issues, including divorce, separation and other matters. Please call 850-659-2230 or contact us online to schedule a consultation at our office in Shalimar.