FAQ - Common Questions


Can I get divorced in Florida if my spouse did not cheat on me?

A divorce without infidelity?  On the Treasure Coast, and anywhere in Florida, you do not need to allege infidelity in order to get divorced.  

Florida no longer requires you to prove that your spouse committed adultery, was unfaithful, abandoned the marriage, or abused you.  However, your marriage must be “irretrievably broken.”  

Of course, the path to getting divorced can be complicated by a stubborn spouse who wants to fight the process, attempt to control you, and be unreasonable.  

This can make it very challenging to get divorced without hiring an experienced family lawyer in Florida.   Our family law office can assist you in navigating child support, alimony, time-sharing arrangements for the children, the distribution of the marital assets and debts, and how the divorce lawyer's fees will be paid. 

Ms. LeBlanc has been a Treasure Coast Florida lawyer since 1998 and has handled many cases and gone to trial hundreds of times.  Her years of experience allow her to help negotiate these divorce-related issues. 

It is natural to be stressed and emotional when dealing with divorce, child custody and other family law issues.  Many people do not realize that they may experience poor judgment during these challenging times.  

What you need is an experienced attorney to handle your family law matter. Ms. Leblanc is understanding towards your situation, but will be aggressive if needed for negotiations and in trial.  

You do not want to mistakenly select an inexperienced lawyer who makes crucial mistakes in your case that make the divorce take longer and inflate your legal costs.   

On the Treasure Coast (Port St. Lucie, Vero Beach, Stuart) you can be comfortable with LeBlanc Law, P.A. to assist you with your family law matter.  Please call (772) 302-3848 for an initial consultation.