Divorce and Dissolution of Marriage


If you are contemplating getting a divorce, many questions are likely running through your mind.


  • Do I need a divorce lawyer?
  • How do I protect myself before and during the divorce process?
  • What will happen to our children during and after the divorce?


At the Law Office of Christina L. Holly, each client will work with Attorney Holly one-on-one to develop a strategy for his or her specific needs throughout the dissolution of marriage or divorce process. Issues that will be discussed at the onset of every family law case include parenting plans, visitation, equitable distribution of assets and liabilities, alimony or spousal support, child support, and anything else the client feels may be relevant.


Attorney Holly assists and represents divorce clients of all types; from those needing answers to questions in an uncontested, collaborative, or cooperative divorce process, to those seeking aggressive representation at a final divorce trial.


At the Law Office of Christina L. Holly we recognize that family law representation may not end once a divorce settlement is reached or a trial has ended. Attorney Holly will be available to assist you in getting answers to your post-divorce questions, which may include:


  • How are retirement plans divided if the plan participant has not yet retired?
  • How do I get title to a piece of property transferred over to my name?
  • How can I seek enforcement of a child support or alimony award if my former spouse is not paying what he or she is supposed to pay?


While some attorneys may end their representation once a Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage is entered by the court, at the Law Office of Christina L. Holly we continue to be available to assist you in beginning your new post-divorce life and work with you to make the transition go as smoothly as possible.


Contact the Law Office of Christina L. Holly today for a free divorce consultation with Attorney Holly.




The Law Office of Christina L. Holly serves clients in the following areas: Lee County, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Lehigh Acres, Cape Coral, Sanibel, Collier County, Naples, Charlotte County, Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Hendry County, Desoto County, Arcadia



2077 First Street, Suite 209

Fort Myers, Florida 33901

Tel. (239) 362-3700 | Fax (239) 362-3633



The information contained on this website is not, nor is it in intended to be, legal advice.  You should consult an attorney for advice that is specific to your individual situation.