Dissolution of Marriage – Divorce


Florida is a no-fault state, meaning neither spouse is blamed for the breakup. All that is required to obtain a divorce in Florida is to prove (1) the marriage is valid, (2) one of the parties has been a Florida resident for six months, and (3) the marriage is irretrievably broken.

Throughout your representation, Attorney Lance J. Wogalter will explain to you about the process of divorce. Among many important matters he will discuss financial disclosure, child time-sharing, property distribution and post divorce.

When you get married, you never plan or expect to get divorced. That is only part of what makes divorce so difficult. Other factors are children, money, pride and/or religion. Once you have made the decision to get divorced, you want an attorney who will help you understand your legal rights and options to help you through this stressful and overwhelming period of your life.

Contact attorney Lance J. Wogalter today to help you through this very difficult time in your life.


Mr. Wogalter can handle every aspect of your divorce through mediation. If he serves as your mediator, you and your spouse will have the option of not retaining separate attorneys, thus saving you from paying attorney fees.

He can help you come to mutually acceptable agreements over issues such as:

  • child time-sharing
  • property division
  • child support
  • spousal support

Once you and your spouse have decided on a settlement, Mr. Wogalter will put it into a Marital Settlement Agreement, assemble all the necessary documents and deliver your settlement to the courthouse for the judge’s review and approval. Often, the entire process takes less than a month from the time you first file for divorce.

Mr. Wogalter is committed to doing what is in the best interest of the client. He will do whatever is reasonably possible to help you reach an agreeable settlement through mediation and avoid the strain and expense of adversarial litigation.

To schedule an appointment, contact attorney Lance J. Wogalter at his Boca Raton law firm today.