The future of humanity passes by way of the family. – John Paul II
If you are contemplating divorce, we can advise you on every element of achieving an equitable agreement with your spouse. This may include distribution of property, care of children, spousal support, and other related issues.
Alimony or Spousal Support is not always awarded in a divorce, however there are common situations when spousal support becomes an issue. Our staff will guide you through the range of possible outcomes and help you understand whether alimony may be applicable in your case.
Children are often a priority in a divorce, and decisions must be made about legal custody and physical care. You and your spouse will both want access to your children, and we will work to ensure that custody and visitation plans are in your children’s best interests.
Divorce does not have to be adversarial, and we are trained in collaborative law, a process or reaching agreement with your spouse outside of court. This can save you time and expense, and help you make good, long-term decisions for your family.