Divorce is the legal process you follow to end your marriage. But navigating through that process isn’t easy unless you have a dedicated team of attorneys working on your side. Whether you are deciding to file for divorce or have been served with divorce papers, teaming with an attorney that makes you comfortable and informed will be the key to make the process as smooth and efficient as possible.
Once divorce is on the table, many questions can arise. What happens to our home? When can I see my children? Who is responsible for all the bills? What do I tell my children? What will court be like? It is a very emotional and sensitive time and not many tell you about all the other big decisions you’ll need to make in the months coming. Our firm helps make those decisions easier, with keeping the financial burden of divorce in mind. Every divorce is unique, and it is essential that you understand what to expect at every turn.
Divorce is a major decision that will very likely have an effect on your quality of life, whether you were married for a year or twenty years, whether you are happy or sad about the end of your marriage. The only certain thing is CHANGE! Mentally, emotionally, financially and even physically things will change as you regain your independence and freedom to make decisions on your own about what is best for you and your family. The level of impact of all these changes is often dependent on whether or not you have a good attorney at your side.
Our attorneys have experience navigating through divorces that include custody issues, domestic violence, substance abuse and other sensitive subjects that can sometimes cause speed bumps in a divorce proceeding.
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Much has been written about dissolving marriages on the internet. It is a major disruption in the lives of everyone nearby, not just the immediate participants in the marriage often there are side disagreements involving Child Custody or Alimony . The same as a marriage, the dissolution of a marriage should never be entered into lightly.