Even when parties agree to dissolve their marriage or work out post divorce problems, just the thought of it causes stress, tension and anxiety and sometimes clouds perception and rational thinking.
We understand the stress that any kind of marital or family law matter brings and we work to make the process as smooth as possible. Whether your marital or family law consists of filing a dissolution, or dealing with post judgment issues such as child support, parenting plans or relocation, we will help you every step of the way.
Our firm prepares every dissolution or post-dissolution case as if it were going to trial – so that if a trial becomes inevitable – we are ready! Searching for assets, determining the financial position of each spouse including their current income, determining the value of assets and making sure that our client is not left destitute is our goal.
If a marriage dissolves, each party deserves to leave the marriage with an equal share of the assets of the marriage. Children need to be safe, not alienated from either spouse and deserve equal time-sharing with each parent to maintain a healthy relationship with that parent. In the event that equal time-sharing or unsupervised visitation is not in the best interests of the child, our firm is prepared to fight for what is in the best interests of the child, regardless of what a parent might want.
After a divorce, post-divorce issues come up that need to be settled amicably through negotiations or through a formal court hearing. Modifications in need of child support and the ability of a spouse to pay, relocation, changes in time-sharing and failure to pay child support obligations are some of the areas that come up during a post-divorce proceeding. We are familiar with the processes and procedures involved in post-dissolution matters, and the standard that must be met for a modification of the final judgment of divorce.
In some cases, there are assets and important issues at stake when a marriage is dissolved. It takes an emotional toll on both of the parties and sometimes judgment becomes clouded. We will work to minimize the stress involved in any dissolution or post-dissolution proceeding, protect your children, your assets and your future.