For many people who are considering separation and divorce the hardest decision to make is the actual decision to separate, but when you have had enough what do you do next? Years ago, separating from your spouse meant you had to hire an attorney and air your dirty laundry in a public courtroom. Most people do not like conflict, and litigation can be expensive, time-consuming, and the results unpredictable. Additionally, divorce is very personal. Litigating… Read More
Practice AreasAbsolute divorceAlienation of Affection and Criminal ConversationChild supportComplex financial mattersCustodyDomestic violenceMediation and arbitrationPrenuptial agreementsProperty distributionSeparation agreementsSpousal support
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