Divorce is a stressful time. Couples enter into marriage expecting to spend the rest of their lives happily together. Unfortunately, many marriages end in divorce, and most of us are not prepared for it. The untangling of relationships and assets accumulated over a marriage may cause bitterness and resentment if not handled carefully. How one handles the divorce process will ultimately impact important aspects of one’s life, including his or her finances, family, children, and even retirement.
What We Can Do For You.
As divorce lawyers, we can help our clients through this difficult time. In a divorce case, different issues that range from simple to complex can arise. These issues can include: distribution of property, child custody, child support, spousal support, post-divorce disputes, modification of orders, and appeals. We will take the time to review the facts of your case, identify your goals, and develop a customized approach to meet your needs while minding the costs associated with a divorce. Our experience is that sometimes the best results occur when a case does not go to trial, but settles. This is often the most cost-efficient way (less legal fees) to tackle the legal and financial issues in a divorce case. However, we also understand that sometimes such issues cannot be resolved via settlement. In situations where an agreement cannot be reached, we will fight vigorously at trial for you.
We Are Here To Help.
We know that every client faces unique issues and circumstances. Whether you are considering divorce, have already filed, or need help with a post-divorce modification, we can help. We will make sure that the division of assets is fair and equitable. We will identify income and expenses and, if applicable, discover hidden or nontraditional sources of income in order to reach the fairest and most beneficial division of assets. We also take great care with child custody and child support, as the best interest of the child is always a priority in a divorce. Ultimately, our goal is to help our clients secure their rightful assets and assist them to move on with their lives and relationships.