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A consultation with Leap Frog Divorce is an in-depth conversation where A.J. asks questions to learn as much as possible about your unique circumstances. So many times in a divorce situation, legal professionals simply treat people as a number. “You make X, your spouse makes Y, the table tells us that you owe her Z.” The truth is, real life is much more complicated and our consultation takes the time to find out what is really going on in your life. We’ve found that by connecting with our clients, one-on-one, we can find the best solutions for their actual dilemmas. The more forthcoming you are able to be during the session, the more likely we are to help you on your journey to an amicable divorce, setting you on the path to the next phase of your life.

Guidance For Your Divorce

At Leap Frog, we’ve guided hundreds of couples through the choppy waters of divorce, offering advice, expertise, and support at every step of the way.

The divorce process will affect every aspect of your life, so it can be overwhelming to consider the journey ahead. However, our aim is to educate you on what you can expect so that you’re prepared for every eventuality.

On this page, you’ll find blog posts and videos to answer some of your most pressing questions. Take some time to familiarize yourself with Florida’s legal landscape. Then, when you’re ready, reach out for more information on your particular case.

A.J. Grossman and Kiki Grossman from Leap Frog Divorce

Divorce First Steps

How to File for Divorce

We often hear about people filing for divorce, but very few of us understand what this crucial step entails. As it turns out, there are a few steps you must do in order to file for a divorce.

What Type of Divorce Lawyer Do I Need

Practicing law is an art, not a science. Understanding the many types of divorce attorneys you are likely to encounter will help you identify which one is right for you.

How to Choose a Good Divorce Lawyer

There are hundreds of divorce lawyers in Orlando—how can you possibly choose between them? Here are some questions to ask yourself to help you narrow down your options and find the right representation for you.

5 Things to Do Before Filing for Divorce

The divorce process starts long before you file the initial paperwork. Here are 5 things you should do as soon as possible in order to streamline your divorce.

Does It Matter Who Files First?

Once you make the decision to get a divorce, it can feel like the clock is ticking. Here are some things to consider before you rush to file the divorce paperwork.

What You Need to Know About Divorce

5 Mistakes to Avoid in a Divorce

Getting a divorce can be difficult (both legally and emotionally), but there are a few mistakes that can cause much bigger complications than you expected.

Coping With the 5 Stages of Grief in Divorce

Mourning the loss of your relationship is a natural part of any divorce—Regardless of the circumstances that led you to this point. Taking the time to examine how the five stages of grief will show up can help you feel less lost and alone.

What Are my Rights in a Divorce

Regardless of the reasons behind your divorce, you have rights regarding your children, your belongings, and your finances. Understanding these rights can be vital when attending mediation or negotiating.

How Long Does a Divorce Take

From filing to finalizing, how long will your divorce take? Divorces in Florida range from a few months to a few years. Fortunately, understanding what to expect in your case can help you prepare for the road ahead.

Kiki Grossman talking with a conflict resolution client on the phone
A.J. Grossman and Kiki Grossman from Leap Frog Divorce

Divorce Doesn’t Have to End in a Courtroom

Can You Get Divorced Without Going to Court

Contrary to popular belief, not every divorce case ends up going to court. Orlando divorce attorney AJ Grossman explains the many ways you can get divorced while staying out of the courtroom.

Is Amicable Divorce Possible?

Not all divorces have to be messy. When both spouses are committed to keeping the peace, divorces can be easier and quicker. Find out more about how Leap Frog fosters amicable, collaborative divorce.

What Happens to Your Assets In a Divorce

Who Gets the House, Car, Boat

You’ve accumulated a lot of assets during your marriage. Dividing up your marital property takes a steady, experienced hand and sound judgment. Here’s how Leap Frog Divorce approaches the sticky subject of splitting assets.

What Happens to My Business?

If you’re married, there’s a good chance that your spouse has a 50% interest in your business—even if they have no hand in the daily operations! Here’s how a divorce attorney in Florida handles a business in a divorce.

What Are My Rights If I Leave the Marital Home?

Living under the same roof while you’re actively separating can be difficult, to say the least. Understanding your rights surrounding your living situation can help provide some clarity.

Kiki Grossman talking with a conflict resolution client on the phone
A.J. Grossman and Kiki Grossman from Leap Frog Divorce

What Does Divorce Cost?

How Much Will My Divorce Cost in Florida?

The cost of divorce ranges extremely widely: between $1,500-$250,000 (or more)! Knowing what to expect can make it much easier to find legal representation that fits your needs and gives you an outcome you can be happy with.

What Does a Divorce Lawyer Cost?

You wouldn’t want to hire a divorce attorney you can’t afford. Here’s a breakdown of the various payment methods you’re likely to encounter when looking for a divorce lawyer.


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