Guiding You Through The Dissolution Of Marriage

At The Harr Law Firm, you will work directly with attorney Jason L. Harr throughout your case. Our direct attention and personal approach helps us address your concerns. We will make sure all options are considered before a decision is made.

The dissolution of marriage in Florida is not something you should handle on your own. We will help you understand the impact of each decision as well as plan for a future after marriage. Our goal is to protect your interests at all times. We provide honest advice about your situation so together we can make an informed decision.

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more about the divorce process and what you can expect.

Handling All Issues In Your Divorce With Personal Service

We represent individuals in Daytona Beach with all types of backgrounds, including business owners and individuals with high net worth issues that need to be addressed from the start of this process. Our firm is able to handle all aspects of your divorce, including issues involving:

  • Retirement and pension plans
  • Investments
  • Real estate
  • Complex estates
  • Blended families

Dividing Property And Determining Alimony

Florida is an equitable distribution state. This means marital property will be divided fairly between both spouses. Several factors are considered during the division of property, assets and debts, such as the length of the marriage, each spouse's contribution to the marriage and each spouse's financial circumstance.

Alimony is different in every divorce. Spouses may receive permanent alimony, rehabilitative alimony or a lump sum. It is important to explore all options to protect your financial goals and future.

Finding A Strategy That Works For You

Our firm works with experts to evaluate your circumstances and develop a strategy to protect you. We frequently work with forensic accountants, certified public accountants and other professionals to get a full picture of your assets and liabilities during the dissolution of marriage.

To prepare for our meeting, you should bring the following with you:

  • Most recent tax return
  • Bank statements
  • Paystubs
  • Court papers
  • Documentation on all sources of income, debts and property

Contact Our Law Firm

We will provide honest advice about your situation and what we can and cannot do. You need an experienced lawyer on your side to protect your interests throughout this process. Arrange a consultation to see how we can help you. Contact us online or call 386.492.8366.