How your relationship started is unique and special to you and your partner. Similarly, when it is decided to end the relationship through divorce, this process is also unique to both of you. While the dissolution of marriage causes spouses to address similar topics, the decisions made and how issues are resolved is not a one size fits all situation.
It is important to understand the laws and processes so you can move forward with a divorce that works best for you.
Moving forward with a divorce
At The Law Firm of Ruiz Dougherty, PLLC, our attorneys understand that not all divorces require litigation. Many spouses can avoid litigation altogether by reaching an agreement out of court. Thus, our law firm takes the time to assess the needs and interests of our clients, helping them understand their options as well as the outcome of each.
Whether you decide to move forward with negotiations, mediation or litigation, our law firm listens to what you have to say regarding your needs and desires. As such, we help you move forward with your divorce with your interests and goals in mind.
Much like no marriage is perfect, there is no perfect way to divorce. Nonetheless, there are ways to effectively address the divorce issues unique to you. Your divorce might contain certain challenges, such as being contested, the request for alimony, disputes about property division, disagreements regarding child support and custody and even allegations of domestic abuse.
While it might feel overwhelming, each divorce challenge has a resolution. Our law firm takes the time to explore the various paths you can take. You do not have to go through the process alone, and our attorneys are here to help you tackle the divorce issues you are currently battling.
No one gets married with the intention of getting divorced. Thus, it is a new and unexpected experience. It can feel overwhelming and challenging when initiating the process. But you do not have to do this alone. A legal team on your side can help ensure you understand your rights and the options you have when it comes to filing for divorce and reaching a final agreement.