One thing that many people involved in Orlando divorces may not realize is that there are no surprises allowed if your case proceeds to trial.  If you and your spouse have not been able to reach an amicable agreement, you will present your evidence and witnesses to a Judge so that he or she can resolve any outstanding issues.  The Court will require that you give your spouse advanced notice of any evidence or witnesses that you will present at the final hearing.

It is important to understand the rules and procedures involved during a final hearing for a dissolution of marriage.  The Judge must remain impartial and, therefore, cannot guide an unrepresented party through a trial.  A lack of knowledge can mean a loss of financial security or perhaps time with your children.

Ensure that you are prepared for your final hearing by hiring a qualified Orlando divorce attorney.  Contact Family Law of Orlando today to schedule an initial consultation with divorce attorney Wade P. Luther.  You can reach our office by email or by calling (407) 835-9900.