Divorce Is Difficult; We Can Make It Through Together
Whether you are the person who initiates divorce or not, divorce is a difficult decision. I know; I have experienced a contentious divorce personally. I can tell you, from personal and professional experience: The best thing you can do for yourself is to get an experienced attorney who takes the time to learn who you are, what you want and what you care about.
When you step into my office on East Avenue, you are the priority. I will sit down with you and ask you the important questions before crafting a highly customized strategy for your divorce. Take care of yourself; I can take care of the law.
What You Should Know About Divorce
Here is some basic information that will help you today:
- The longer you were married, the more complicated your divorce will be. This is because your life is more integrated over time, both financially and personally.
- Deciding what to do for your children is its own step. Child custody and child support are about the kids, not the parents.
- No one needs to be at fault in a divorce. While evidence of abuse or adultery may impact some of your divorce issues, there does not need to be any reason for you to leave your spouse.
- Not all property is on the table during property division. If your property was yours before marriage or was part of an inheritance, you likely will be able to keep it entirely.
I have the answers you need and the compassion you deserve.