Personalized service because each case is unique
Each and every case of child support, alimony and property division is unique. Sometimes one party labors many hours putting equity into a home, or, in other instances, one party may have inherited a large sum of money. Situations like these can greatly affect the outcome of a case.
What can you do to prepare?
In addition to the items on the quick divorce checklist on the right, you can also visit the SSA.gov website to download your earnings record information. You'll need to create an account, but when preparing for divorce, this information is helpful to create an accurate financial picture.
If you are expecting to receive support, create a budget that illustrates the cost of raising your children or maintaining your household.
I adjust my services for each case in order to meet individual goals. I handle every aspect of your casework myself. That means you will not have to worry about having the important details of your case being shuffled back and forth between paralegals, secretaries or interns.