Where Are You Now?
Considering & Planning Your Divorce
We advise you to view divorce as your last option to resolve marriage problems. If dissolution of your vows is your choice you need to think things through. Before filing you need to create a strategic plan.
A first consideration is how to have stability during the divorce process. Another consideration is how to preserve assets and property. It is important to know what to do, and not do, when getting a divorce.
Filing Divorce & Reaching a Settlement
Finding a divorce lawyer is easy. The challenge is finding a divorce lawyer that works to achieve an equitable settlement, at a reasonable cost, and in a timely manner. We strive to deliver that experience.
As your divorce attorney we will help you understand the divorce process, protect your interests, keep you informed, and sucessfully get you through the divorce process. We can minimize your stress.
Divorce Modifications & Enforcement
When your "divorce is over", it may not be if there are children involved. Life events for you or your ex may lead to a legal action to change your settlement. No matter which side you are on, we can help.
Have you or your former spouse had changes to income, residence or lifestyle changes? Whether you need to file a modification request, or fight the adjustments, there are things you need to know.
What should I do now?
Our best advice is to think and act rationally, not react emotionally. When divorce first enters your mind it's easy to become agitated from fears, uncertainties, and emotions. You need to make good decisions, and not make mistakes. At this point you should meet with a divorce lawyer to discuss your situation and get answers from someone who can tell you the truth.
What results can I expect?
The outcome of any divorce depends on the quality of the divorce law firm, and the circumstances within the marital relationship. A divorce is an emotional roller-coaster, and both sides usually perceive some wins and losses. Our job is to maximize your wins by making the best of your position. Schedule a consultation to get a better idea of what you can expect.
What if I don't hire a lawyer?
If you cannot afford the full services of a divorce lawyer there are ways you and your spouse can get a cheap divorce. If you have children, property and good jobs you need to hire a lawyer. If you don't hire a lawyer your case will be decided before a judge. This makes outcomes very unpredictable. If you don't hire a lawyer, and your spouse does, things won't go well for you.