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When you and your spouse decide it is time for a divorce, you are going to be nervous about the future. Of course you'll be worried about your future, but also your family's future too. How will this impact your children? What will this mean for your interactions with your soon-to-be-former spouse?

The first thing to realize about divorce is that every case is unique. The circumstances of two cases will never be the same. The costs will vary from case to case and the issues involved will differ from case to case. With that said, there are some issues that are inherent to many divorces:

  • Child custody, visitation and relocation, as well as child support.

  • The divorce agreement and any prenuptial or postnuptial agreements that are involved.

  • Adoption, and how it can affect stepparents and other family members.

There are many other issues that we can deal with together. From military divorce, to property division, to the legal logistics of getting a divorce -- we can reach an acceptable agreement that lets you move past this chapter of your life, and hopefully on to a happier and more fulfilling one.

Many people come to my office worried about their impending divorce. Is the divorce going to take a long time? Is this going to financially ruin me? What will happen to my kids? I can't give you a concrete answer without hearing the specifics of your case, but know this: getting a lawyer is critical, and I will fight for you and strive to get the best possible divorce agreement for you and your family.

If this requires aggressive representation or mediation, I'm there for you. If it means taking legal action immediately to protect you and your loved ones, or to protect you and your interests, then I will do it. Going to court shouldn't be the first option, but I represent you and your needs -- so if court is necessary, then that's where we'll go. And when it comes to payment, we can work on customized plans that allow you to live your life, and get past the divorce first and foremost.


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