Advocating for your family’s rights
When experiencing the heartbreak of divorce, you want a competent, assertive attorney by your side to zealously advocate for your rights and protect your family.

With over 50 years of combined experience, Polk & Polk can help you with all aspects of your divorce, including:

  • Divorce mediation
  • Divorce litigation
  • Child custody
  • Child visitation
  • Child support
  • Spousal support

    Divorce mediation
    Mediation can help you and your spouse find common ground and acceptable solutions, often easing the conflict and stress associated with divorce. Mediation puts the decisions in your hands and can often provide more expedient, predictable results than going to trial. The skilled negotiators at Polk & Polk can help you obtain the best possible divorce settlement at the mediation table.

    Divorce litigation
    When an amicable settlement is not possible, litigation may provide the best place to resolve conflicts regarding distribution of assets and debts, division of the marital home, spousal support, child custody visitation and child support. In cases where it is in your – or your children’s – best interest for a court to decide these matters, our dedicated divorce attorneys meticulously prepare your case and aggressively pursue your legal remedies at trial.

    What is Collaborative Divorce?
    A collaborative divorce occurs when spouses are able to work out an agreement without the expense and litigation of trial.  It is a process in which you and your spouse negotiate an acceptable agreement with some professional assistance.  You and your spouse each hire a specially trained collaborative attorney who advises and assists you in negotiating a settlement agreement.  You meet separately with your own attorney and the four of you meet together on a regular basis.  A collaborative divorce may also involve other professionals, such as a child custody specialist or accountants who work in tandem with the parties to resolve differing points of view on issues such as property division, child custody or spousal support.  Collaborative divorce is a benefit to all concerned and is not only used by those who agree completely on all issues.

    Collaboration can cut down on the conflict and expense of divorce in several ways.  You and your spouse can:

        Stabilize your situation through a temporary agreement.
        Exchange all necessary information voluntarily.
        Agree on legal procedures that cut down expense and simplify the process
        Negotiate a settlement that works for you both

    If you are able to come to an agreement, you will eventually have contact with a family court judge in order to obtain a final judgment of divorce.

    Child custody
    For any parent, child custody is the most heart-wrenching aspect of divorce. Our attorneys advocate for your parental rights so you can raise your children in a fit, caring home.

    Child visitation
    If you are the noncustodial parent, divorce should not force you to miss the important milestones in your children’s lives. Our attorneys ensure you are given the opportunity to spend the quality time with your children required to encourage their strong growth and development.

    Child support
    Both parents share in the responsibility of raising your child. Our attorneys uphold your children’s right to receive the financial support required for a healthy, happy upbringing, while ensuring that the financial burden is divided fairly between both parents.

    Spousal support
    Getting divorced is difficult, but it should not lead to a financial crisis. Our attorneys help establish fair and equitable spousal support, allowing you to continue to live as comfortably as before your marriage ended.

    Contact professional divorce attorneys
    Call Polk & Polk at 941.639.1606 or contact us online to schedule your confidential consultation with a divorce attorney who will treat your case with the compassion and attentiveness it deserves.

Advocating for your family’s rights
When experiencing the heartbreak of divorce, you want a competent, assertive attorney by your side to zealously advocate for your rights and protect your family during all stages of the process. With over 50 years of combined experience, Baccarella & Baccarella can help you with all aspects of your divorce, including:

  • Divorce mediation
  • Divorce litigation
  • Child custody
  • Child visitation
  • Child support
  • Spousal support

Divorce mediation
Mediation can help you and your spouse find common ground and acceptable solutions, often easing the conflict and stress associated with divorce. Mediation puts the decisions in your hands and can often provide more expedient, predictable results than going to trial. The skilled negotiators at Polk & Polk can help you obtain the best possible divorce settlement at the mediation table.

Divorce litigation
When an amicable settlement is not possible, litigation may provide the best place to resolve conflicts regarding distribution of assets and debts, division of the marital home, spousal support, child custody visitation and child support. In cases where it is in your – or your children’s – best interest for a court to decide these matters, our dedicated divorce attorneys meticulously prepare your case and aggressively pursue your legal remedies at trial.

What is Collaborative Divorce?
A collaborative divorce occurs when spouses are able to work out an agreement without the expense and litigation of trial.  It is a process in which you and your spouse negotiate an acceptable agreement with some professional assistance.  You and your spouse each hire a specially trained collaborative attorney who advises and assists you in negotiating a settlement agreement.  You meet separately with your own attorney and the four of you meet together on a regular basis.  A collaborative divorce may also involve other professionals, such as a child custody specialist or accountants who work in tandem with the parties to resolve differing points of view on issues such as property division, child custody or spousal support.  Collaborative divorce is a benefit to all concerned and is not only used by those who agree completely on all issues.

Collaboration can cut down on the conflict and expense of divorce in several ways.  You and your spouse can:

    Stabilize your situation through a temporary agreement.
    Exchange all necessary information voluntarily.
    Agree on legal procedures that cut down expense and simplify the process
    Negotiate a settlement that works for you both


If you are able to come to an agreement you will eventually have contact with a family court judge in order to obtain a final judgment of divorce.

Child custody
For any parent, child custody is the most heart-wrenching aspect of divorce. Our attorneys advocate for your parental rights so you can raise your children in a fit, caring home.

Child visitation
If you are the noncustodial parent, divorce should not force you to miss the important milestones in your children’s lives. Our attorneys ensure you are given the opportunity to spend the quality time with your children required to encourage their strong growth and development.

Child support
Both parents share in the responsibility of raising your child. Our attorneys uphold your children’s right to receive the financial support required for a healthy, happy upbringing, while ensuring that the financial burden is divided fairly between both parents.

Spousal support
Getting divorced is difficult, but it should not lead to a financial crisis. Our attorneys help establish fair and equitable spousal support, allowing you to continue to live as comfortably as before your marriage ended.

Contact a professional divorce attorney...
Call Polk & Polk Law Firm at 941-639-1606
Or contact us online to schedule your confidential consultation with a divorce attorney who will treat your case with the compassion and attentiveness it deserves.