The traditional approach to divorce is file first, ask questions later. We ask questions first so you can determine the best path for your family. We help you focus on what is important, what problems are solvable, and what you can look forward to in the future. We advocate for our clients while focusing on their well being, not just on process and procedure.
We advocate for and advise you every step of the way. We keep you informed and engaged throughout the process.
If you are
– ready to start the divorce process or
– your spouse has already filed for divorce
then we can get started right away.
If you need legal advice but aren’t ready to pay a big retainer or file for divorce, then schedule a Divorce Strategy Session. It’s an easy way to learn more about divorce and and how it could affect your future.
Tell us your story; Get your questions answered; Make a plan. Once you understand your options you’ll be able to decide what’s right for you.
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements state how property, assets, and debts will be divided or retained should your marriage end in divorce. They can also clarify if alimony will be paid by one spouse to the other and the terms of such alimony. We provide the guidance and representation you need when making these agreements either before or after marriage.