For many people, divorce is a stressful matter in almost every respect. You might have to figure out how to raise your children with your ex-spouse while living very different lives, and the settling of property division disputes can set the financial stage for your post-divorce life for years or even decades to come. It goes without saying, then, that there’s a lot at stake in these cases. That means you need to be prepared going in. You need to know the law, how it applies to your case, and how to craft persuasive legal arguments that can assist you at the negotiation table and in court.
When it comes to divorce, though, there shouldn’t be a one-size fits all approach. Instead, each case should be custom-tailored to fit the needs of the family involved, which is something that our firm has offered to our clients time and again. This may mean utilizing mediation or collaborative divorce to reach an outcome that supports your best interests when you and your spouse area able to work together amicably, or it might mean crafting compelling litigation strategies that seek to derail your spouse’s position on a given matter if he or she is being overly aggressive.
Take property division as an example, as we discussed in a recent blog post, there are a number of ways to handle a family business through divorce. Depending on the circumstances, you might need to simply sell the home and divide the proceeds, or you might be able to continue to work with your spouse. It completely depends on the circumstances and what works best for you. The same holds true for dealing with the family home and child custody matters.
This is why at our firm we take the time needed to understand our clients, their positions, and their goals. We’re results oriented, but if we can achieve those goals with minimal conflict and efficiency, then we will pursue that route for our clients. In the event that negotiations aren’t possible, then we diligently work to develop a trial strategy that puts our clients’ interests first. If you want to know more about our firm and what we have to offer, then continue to browse our website.