DO I NEED A DIVORCE LAWYER?

Posted on 05 01,2014

Divorce is arguably one of the most difficult, emotional, and stressful experiences a person can go through. This is especially true when the divorce is contested and involves litigation. Many people try to minimize the trauma of their divorce by attempting to handle the matter on their own, without legal counsel or representation. Doing so will only make the situation more difficult, however, since the individual does not have the guidance of a knowledgeable attorney.


Are you facing divorce? Do not try to navigate the complex legal process without a caring and experienced lawyer on your side. Just because you hire a lawyer doesn't mean you have to go to court. There are a number of options for uncontested divorces, such as divorce mediation and collaborative law. Our firm can help you understand all of your options so that you make the best choice for you and your family.

ATTORNEYS FOR UNCONTESTED DIVORCE

Divorce mediation occurs when you and your spouse sit down outside of the courtroom and work out your own divorce agreement with the guidance of a third-party mediator. The mediator does not show preference to either party, but instead acts as a guide to ensure that everything is handled correctly and that all matters are addressed.

Collaborative divorce is where each party retains their own attorney for counsel as they work out their own divorce agreement. No representation is necessary or required since collaborative divorce is conducted outside of the courtroom.

In either of these situations, litigation only becomes necessary if the two parties cannot agree on any area of their divorce, whether it is child custody, spousal support or property division.

MCCORMICK & CALDERÓN CAN HELP. CALL NOW!

Our attorneys have been providing legal counsel and representation for over 17 years. We understand how personal and distressing divorce can be, which is why our lawyers focus on providing caring, attentive, and personalized counsel. We will focus on your individual needs. Contact us today by calling (757) 918-8365 or by filling out our online contact form. We are here for you.

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