The attorneys at Wood, Atter & Wolf, P.A. have a strong commitment to assist, counsel, and represent clients through the divorce process in Jacksonville (Duval County), Florida, and the surrounding counties of Clay, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns. Wood, Atter & Wolf, P.A. has completed many divorces including those involving alimony, business valuations and divisions, marital home division, military family issues, and much more.

We understand that the divorce and/or separation often means that things seem out of control and financial issues, living situations, issues involving children and the like can be challenging. Getting through the deconstruction of a marriage and building for your future is a process that can be emotionally difficult and having an attorney on your side and at your side throughout the process can make the process a little easier to handle.

Issues that may arise in your divorce:

The attorneys at Wood, Atter & Wolf, P.A. have a strong commitment to communicate with our clients and educate them throughout the process.

Divorce Frequently Asked Questions:

What is a Premarital or Prenuptial Agreement in Florida? (9/27/11)

What Are The Residency Requirements to File for Divorce in Florida? (9/16/11)

What Does "No Fault" Divorce Mean? (10/23/11)

Is Marriage Counseling or Family Counseling Necessary Before Filing for a Florida Divorce? (6/21/12)

What is a Martial Asset in Florida? (8/23/10)

Can I Take Out Money from Our Bank Accounts Before the Divorce is Final? (6/18/12)

In a Florida Divorce, How Do I Divide or Split My Property? (12/16/11)

In a Florida Divorce, Do I Have To Return My Engagement Ring? (3/9/11)

How is Retirement Divided in a Florida Divorce? (5/24/12)

Can I Move Out of Town With My Child After My Divorce? (8/29/11)

Can I Qualify for My Ex-Spouse's Social Security Benefits? (5/31/11)

Can My Divorce Ever be Modified or Changed? (5/5/10)