In some situations, divorcing couples cannot resolve conflict through mediation or negotiations. Such cases must be litigated. Although litigation is most costly and often the least efficient way of resolution, it is sometimes the only option.
In divorce, maintaining open communication and cooperation with your spouse is encouraged, particularly if you share children or assets. It’s vital to understand your financial situation, including assets, debts, income, and expenses, as it’s crucial for fair property division and support calculations. We work to determine the value of marital assets and create a comprehensive divorce agreement that covers property division, child custody, visitation, child support, and spousal support. We ensure the legal soundness of the agreement and its accurate representation of your intentions. If an agreement is reached outside of court, we recommend having it approved by the court to make it legally binding and enforceable.
We encourage you to maintain open and respectful communication with your spouse. Try to cooperate and find common ground, especially if you have children or shared assets.
We help obtain a clear picture of your financial situation, including assets, debts, income, and expenses. Understanding your finances is essential for equitable property division and support calculations.
We determine the value of marital assets and work toward a fair distribution.
We ensure that the divorce agreement is comprehensive and addresses all issues, including property division, child custody and visitation, child support, and spousal support.
We will ensure that your agreement is legally sound and accurately reflects your intentions.
If you reach an agreement outside of court, have it approved by the court to make it legally binding and enforceable.
In litigation, the skill, experience and effectiveness of the attorneys are of paramount importance. The attorneys representing you should possess the ability to clearly educate clients. They should have a thorough knowledge of the law and of procedure and evidence. They should have the ability to unravel complex financial issues. And they should be able to authoritatively and convincingly to present your case to the court.