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We work with every client individually to reach a resolution that meets their definition of success.

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What are the grounds for divorce?

Grounds for divorce vary by jurisdiction, but they typically include reasons such as irreconcilable differences, adultery, abandonment, cruelty, and separation for a specified period. Laws differ from place to place.

What is the difference between a contested and uncontested divorce?

In a contested divorce, spouses disagree on one or more major issues like child custody or property division, requiring legal proceedings. In an uncontested divorce, both parties agree on all essential matters and can often complete the process more quickly and with less conflict.

What is spousal support?

Spousal support, also known as alimony, is financial assistance one spouse may be required to pay to the other after divorce or separation. It's intended to help the lower-earning spouse maintain a similar standard of living.

What is child custody?

Child custody determines who has legal responsibility for a child's care and decision-making after divorce or separation. It can involve physical custody (where the child lives) and legal custody (the right to make important decisions).

What is property division?

Property division is the process of distributing assets and debts acquired during a marriage when a couple divorces. It aims to achieve an equitable or fair distribution, which doesn't necessarily mean equal division but is based on various factors like contributions and needs.

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