There are many facets to a dissolution of marriage, better known as divorce. The process to file can be confusing, technical and complex, and if English is not your first language, it can be downright intimidating. For our firm, it is essential to give you the peace of mind that will help you ease your way through this difficult time.
In our experience, many people wanting to file for divorce only see one aspect of the situation. Maybe, it is their freedom they focus on, or the end of a stale relationship, or, in more serious cases, the end of an abusive cycle. Whatever you decide to focus on, divorce will be one of the most difficult times in your life filled with a lot of different emotions. During this time, it is important that you pick not only a strong advocate for your rights, but also a compassionate advocate that will understand all that you are going through. Our attorneys pride themselves in offering their services in a very compassionate and sensible way.
What is our style? Although we can assure you that we will defend your rights vigorously in a divorce or a custody (timesharing) matter, you should also know that we will not prolong your case unnecessarily, or scream, yell or be abusive to the other party. We would do a disservice to you if we acted that way. To impede the process, to posture, to put on a show so you can say “wow, they really drew blood” will only help if you are on T.V. In reality, that accomplishes the opposite. It alienates the court, the opposing party and the possibility of settlement decreases and, in the end, it will cost you more time and money to reach the end of the case.
Through the years, we have helped many people with their divorce and child custody cases. We have helped fathers get custody of their kids, we have helped mothers regain custody of their kids, we have been able to help clients with difficult divorce cases involving different states and different jurisdictions. So let us help you. Come in for a consultation or call us for free at (800) 541-4542.Types of Cases:
- Timesharing (custody)
- Child Support
- Modifications to Agreements
- Parental responsibility
- Prenuptial Agreement
- Cohabitation Agreement
- Restraining Orders