Divorce can be a legally complex and highly emotional process, typically filled with internal and external conflict, especially when children are involved. Our approach is to address our client’s needs and concerns on an individual basis, and attempt to amicably and respectfully support our clients through one of the most difficult times of their lives, while also zealously representing their legal interests.
Divorce, also called a “dissolution of marriage,” is the legal termination of a marriage. Whether contested or uncontested, the divorce process can be a complex legal process, addressing issues such as: legal custody, physical custody, child support, spousal support or alimony, visitation, distribution of assets, and sometimes paternity. Typically, the more issues to be addressed, the more complex the process becomes.
It is not uncommon for those considering a divorce to have fear and apprehension. As such, we have provided answers to the most commonly asked questions from those filing for divorce. Please click here to be taken to our Q & A page.
If you and your spouse would like to try collaborative divorce, a process that strives to preserve the emotional and financial resources of the family while achieving an agreement that considers and respects the welfare of everyone in the family, you can find out more here.