We understand that divorce is difficult and full of emotional ups and downs. But it doesn’t have to leave you in financial or emotional ruin. Our practicalapproach to divorce helps you focus on the best future for you and your family. We look at your case and lay out an easy to understand, step by step plan that will help you determine where you want to be after divorce.
WHAT TO CONSIDER
Financial and employment history are critical factors in determining child custody, alimony, and fair and equitable division of assets. There is a way to live the life you want after divorce. Through our partnerships with financial advisors, we can help you get there.Learn More
Nothing is more important than your children. Custody arrangements and parenting plans are emotional, but critical to ensuring you are able to protect your children and the time you have with them. Specific, but flexible arrangements that include conflict resolution techniques will help things run smoothly after divorce.
WHAT TO CONSIDER
Sole Legal Custody means one parent has both physical and legal custody of the child. There are many factors that will be considered if there is a request for sole legal custody.
Joint Legal Custody gives both of you the power to be informed or make decisions about education, medical, or personal issues pertaining to your child. It is presumed to be in the child’s best interest.Learn More
After divorce, there is nothing more important than a secure financial future. We will be your direct guide to what the alimony arrangement means for you moving forward.Learn More
A parent may be eligible to receive child support payments if they have custody of a child or if that child lives with them.Learn More