In – Out-of-court legal representation is one of the most complicated things that you can ever do legally and emotionally.

Finding a divorce lawyer near you that is capable of protecting your rights under divorce laws and fighting for your best interests in court, all while empathetically dealing with your case, is vital if you want to get the best results.


Divorce Cases We Handle

In case of a divorce, agreements reached during the divorce can significantly impact the rest of your life, from your financial security to your ability to spend time with your children.

Therefore, without an experienced divorce attorney at your side, you may not be adequately protecting yourself or your future.

We are prepared to assist clients in the divorce law through the following issues :

  1. Alimony
  2. Appeals
  3. Asset Division
  4. Child Custody
  5. Enforcement of Orders
  6. Grandparents’ Rights
  7. International / Foreign Disputes
  8. Jurisdictional Disputes
  9. Large Marital Estates
  10. Military Divorce
  11. Preserving Separate Property
  12. Relocation
  13. Valuation of Business in Divorce
  14. Visitation

Divorce Is Complex

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  1. International Divorce
  2. Estate Planning and Probate
  3. Family Law
  4. Child Custody
  5. Asset Division

How Long Will It Take to Finalize My Divorce?

Unfortunately, there’s no definitive answer to this question, sometimes simple divorces with amicable spouses take only a few months, however, acrimonious divorces and parties with complicated financial entanglements can take much longer:

Dividing assets: If you and your spouse share assets called Community Property and disagree on how to divide them, it can lengthen the divorce process.

Separate Property disputes: If you or your spouse have disputed claims for separate property, it may take more time to resolve them.

Child custody battles: Getting to a custody agreement can be a bitter back-and-forth that takes time to process; agreements will delay your divorce or even warrant a hearing or trial.

Child support disputes: If you can’t agree on fair child support payments, the case might need to be put to trial.

Alimony: Alimony or spousal support can be a source of disagreement between the parties and may delay the case.

Trial: If your case has to go to trial to be resolved by the judge or jury, then your case will take longer because you will have to wait for a trial date from the court and take all the necessary steps to prepare.

How Much Could Divorce Cost Me?

The cost of your divorce will depend, in part, on the legal counsel that you choose to represent you in the divorce process. Complex issues, such as cases involving significant or unusual assets or disputes over potentially complicated matters such as separate property, jurisdictional disputes or child custody may require more work, have a longer process and result in a more costly divorce. Your approach can save you money in simple steps such as organizing documents and information and responding quickly to requests from us for information.

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