Resolving Divorce-Related Problems
Deciding to get a divorce can be an extremely difficult decision. In addition to the emotional stress of leaving the person you built a life with, there are also legal and financial questions that concern people. How long will my divorce take? Will you be able to make it on one income? If you were not working, how will you find a job and get back into the workforce? How will any retirement benefits or military benefits be divided? What are my rights? What am I entitled to?
Finding A Solution That Works
When clients contact me, I know they are going through a difficult time. I talk with clients, taking the time to understand what is most important to them. Because mediation can offer a less contentious resolution to divorce matters, I encourage my clients to consider resolving their issues outside of the courtroom. No one understands your situation better than you do, and reaching a decision in mediation may be more beneficial than a parenting plan or property division that is handed down from a judge.
However, I know there are situations where working with the other party is no longer possible. If we are not able to reach a settlement that protects your needs and rights, I am eager to take your case to court. I have been a family law attorney for over 20 years, and I am committed to helping my clients resolve all legal aspects of the divorce, including: