Thinking About Divorce?

Few people go into a marriage thinking it will end in divorce. However, statistics show at least half of all marriages will end up in divorce. These numbers increase with each subsequent marriage. If you are considering a divorce from a spouse, there are likely a lot of questions you may have about what steps you should take and what you should expect from the process. Consulting an experienced divorce attorney to help with your case is one of the best things you can do. We can help you learn as much as you need to know about the process and then make the right choices for the best possible outcome.

The Types of Divorce

There 2 main types of divorces that can occur, uncontested and contested. While they both have the same end result, there are some minor differences in how the cases are handled. For instance, in an uncontested divorce, both parties agree to go their separate ways. There may still be arguments over the way things are split, such as assets, belongings and custody, both parties willingly sign the papers and the divorce moves forward without much resistance. However, not everyone is as agreeable to the split. This creates a contested divorce. In these situations, there are likely to be hostile arguments and the case could go to trial, putting all of the decisions into the hands of a judge. The divorce will still be completed, regardless of any resistance by the other party, but these cases can take much longer and will cost a lot more money.

What Issues Need to Be Addressed?

When you hire our experienced team, you will be working with individuals who have handled a large number of divorce cases. While every divorce case is unique, having experience with the local judges is critical to help you understand the best ways to pursue what you want in your divorce. During the course of your case, the following issues will need to be addressed:

  • Custody of any children you share
  • Child support
  • Alimony/spousal support
  • Division of assets and property

Anything that needs to be split up between the two of you should be addressed in the final court order. This will prevent arguments in the future and will help you both get a fresh new start.

We Understand the Turmoil

Deciding to divorce is never an easy decision, even when both people agree it is the right choice. This is why it’s important to work with experienced lawyers who have the compassion to help you make some of the most emotional decisions in your life. It’s never a good idea to make important decisions based on emotion. Our professional divorce attorneys can help you gain a new perspective on your case and make the best choices for a turmoil-free future, especially when children are involved.