Nobody enters into a marriage with the plan to get a divorce—that’s why we’re here to help you navigate the complicated financial, legal, and emotional elements of ending a marriage with your and your children’s best interests in mind.
The person who cares for your child is one of the most factors in your child’s life. Let us help make sure that your custodial arrangement—including everything from visitation, telephone access and holiday schedules—is what’s best for your children.
If you and your spouse have agreed on all of the terms of your separation, such as dividing debts, assets, and child custody, an uncontested divorce may be the least expensive and most efficient method to end your marriage.
Things change as life goes on—our children grow up, our jobs change, and our homes change. If your original divorce decree isn’t working for your family, you may want to modify your custodial arrangement, child support, or other terms.
Consider every option in your divorce, custody or family law dispute.