Once you have made the decision that divorce is the only solution to resolving your marital differences, there are several things to consider during the divorce proceedings. The more amicably you and your spouse can resolve the issues in your divorce, the better for the both of you if this is possible. However, before you can determine what is fair and what is not, you need to fully understand your legal rights. We can help you with that, and will help you to resolve issues amicably when possible, and will let you know the issues that are worth fighting for in order to protect your rights.
While some divorces can be resolved quickly and amicably, others require some extra work to get to a fair resolution. Sometimes both parties agree to the terms of the separation, but others require some negotiation which can be done among representative attorneys or by scheduling a 3rd party mediation at a neutral location. Unfortunately, these 2 options don’t always work out due to the high emotions during a divorce, which can lead to a knock down drag out fight with several compounding and complex issues involved ranging from alimony, property or debt division, or child custody and child support.
No matter which category your divorce falls under, our family law attorneys have your best interest in mind and are well versed in and outside of the court room to get you the results you need to be able to move forward with your life. You are entitled to full financial disclosure in a divorce, and it is important to make sure that you have all necessary information before you can make an informed decision to resolve these important issues. We can help you make sure you get the information that you need to make an informed decision on these issues, and will guide you through the divorce process from beginning to end.