There is a plethora of divorce legal issues that can arise when you choose to dissolve your marriage. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your divorce, you may have to confront serious financial issues, such as property division, alimony and child support. These matters, in addition to battles over child custody, can also take a significant financial toll. Although some cases may deal with a larger number of assets, as was discussed in the pending Cobain divorce blog post a few weeks ago, nearly all divorces are subject to the same types of legal issues.
With this in mind, and in an attempt to alleviate your fears, you should fully prepare yourself to enter the divorce arena. You should fully understand your financial position and identify what you want out of the marriage dissolution. Once that is done, then you can start to develop your legal strategy. This is critically important, as having no strategy, or a poorly constructed one, could cause you to face financial and emotional hardship in your post-divorce life.
At our family law firm we apply the law to a given set of circumstances. We attempt to help individuals better understand and craft the legal arguments they need to support their position. Whether it is dealing with prenuptial agreements, property division issues or seeking or challenging spousal support, we fight for our clients' best interests.
Inevitably, divorce is about bringing something to an end. But, it's also about a new beginning. We want to advocate for our clients so that when all is said and done, they are more focused and happy about the start of a new chapter in their life.