Contested Divorce Cases
During a divorce, it's in the best interest of both parties to try and resolve the various issues of their divorce amicably. When both parties in a divorce are able to put aside their differences in order to make decisions regarding the dissolution of their marriage, it is referred to as an uncontested divorce. When parties in a divorce cannot come together in an amicable fashion, it is considered a contested divorce.
We understand how taxing the divorce process can be, especially when heightened feelings of betrayal, resentment or anger make it difficult to reach mutual decisions. Although you may not agree with your ex spouse, or even wish to be in the same room with him or her, it's to your advantage to put aside your differences in order to effectively resolve the terms of your divorce. The more quickly you are able to settle the various issues of your marriage, the sooner you'll be able to move forward with your life and put this negative experience behind you.
If you anticipate that your divorce will be difficult, an experienced divorce attorney at our office can provide you with the dedicated representation you need to ensure your best interests are protected. Protecting your best interest and helping you reach a favorable agreement in regards to child support, child custody, alimony, and property division are our main priorities.
During your initial consultation, an experienced attorney from our firm will review with you the critical facts in your case. We believe in starting with your end goals and strategizing backwards to ensure the most efficient and cost effective method of attaining your desired result.