Going through the divorce process raises many important issues that need to be resolved. Who gets custody of the kids? How will the property get divided? What about child support and alimony? On top of the emotional stress that a divorce brings, these concerns can be extremely difficult to resolve on your own. During this difficult time, it is wise to seek the advice of experienced divorce lawyers. Our firm has experience handling divorce cases and can provide you with solutions to all the associated issues that a divorce brings.
Hire a Compassionate Divorce Attorney
Divorce law is an extensive legal field, so you need someone who is familiar with it and who has successfully handled divorce cases before. We will work to defend your rights throughout your divorce proceedings. It’s worth it to have a seasoned attorney on your side when custody of your children and your finances are at stake. Handing your divorce proceeding over to our law office can greatly reduce your stress during this trying time of your life.
Division of Property and Alimony
Property and assets are distributed equitably in a divorce. However, “equitable” doesn’t mean that your assets will be divided equally. For this reason alone, it’s important that you have a lawyer on your side so you can get what you deserve in your divorce settlement. It’s also important to have an attorney if you have concerns about alimony payments, which are a highly contested area of divorce law.
Custody and Child Support Issues
When it comes to who gets custody, the court will decide this based on what the judge determines is in the best interest of the children. This is also a very sensitive area of divorce law, which is why you need a supportive and skilled attorney to help you. If you are afraid of losing custody of your children, contact our law office. We will provide you with a free, no-obligation evaluation. We can also advise you on child support issues. This is another important phase of divorce proceedings, and we will ensure that you are represented accurately and that your rights are defended.