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Are you a considering filing for divorce in Spain? or Have you already been handed divorce papers? You should not hesitate to contact us.

Nowadays it is a sad truth to realize that not every marriage will end successfully. Statistics show an upward swing in the divorce trend, with more marriages ending prematurely. In Spain three of four marriages end up in divorce.

Situations such as these are very personal, painful, and for many people, it is after an extended period of suffering and emotional distress. Thus, divorce is not something simple or easy, and it can sometimes turn to bitter.

Our firm will assist you through the process as painlessly as possible, we are prepared to help our clients with compassionate and comprehensive assistance when it is needed most as we recognize the anguish and suffering that comes with divorces.

We are able to offer our legal advice in everything from an uncontested divorce to a contested divorce. Even if there are children involved, we will help you deal with issues such as custody, visitation and child support.

Uncontested Divorce

The Divorce declares the dissolution of the marriage. If both, you and your spouse agree on all issues related to the dissolution, this would be considered an uncontested divorce.

In this situation, both partners agree on subjects such as division of property, child custody, visitation, child support, alimony, etc. This is the easiest, least complex or time consuming type of divorce as well as the most inexpensive.

Contested Divorce

In a contested divorce neither of the parties are in total agreement and it must be dealt with quite difficulty.

It can became very complex, with lengthy litigation involved, as all matters related to division of property, child custody, visitation, child support, alimony need to be addressed in court and a judge will rule on such subjects in question.

Child Custody

When it comes to separation or divorce,  child custody subject tends to be the touchiest.  Sometimes the parents have disputes about what is in their child´s  best interest, turning an uncontested divorce into a contested one. In cases such as these ones having a skilled family attorney turns invaluable and can determine the outcome of your case.

The Best Interest of the Child

When a child custody case is brought to the court, the judge will always look for the best interest of the child and they will choose the most stable environment for the minor. These are some of the factors that courts take into consideration in child custody cases:

–       The minor´s age and mental and physical health.

–       The parent´s lifestyle and health, both mental and physical.

–       Parents and child emotional bond

–       Each parent´s ability to provide the underage with housing, medical care, food, etc.

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