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Family Law l Dissolution of Marriage

Divorce

If you are considering getting a divorce, talk to an experienced divorce attorney at the Law Office of Keith R. Taylor who will help you protect your assets and your rights. No matter where you and your spouse are in the divorce process, our qualified attorneys can be an excellent resource, providing you with answers to your questions, suggestions on how to deal with the divorce process, and information about divorce laws and requirements.

Every divorce is different. Some are complicated while others are resolved quickly. Many factors contribute to the complexity of a divorce, including the attitudes of the spouses, whether children and custody issues are involved, and how much debt or assets must be divided. Our attorneys can help guide you through this process and ensure that it is as smooth as possible for everyone involved. If you and your spouse are able to work together, our attorneys can recommend some alternatives to divorce court which can be less expensive and put less stress on your family.

If you have children, getting a divorce can be a complicated process. Child custody arrangements must be made between parents, and our attorneys will work with you to ensure that the custody agreement is fair, and protects your relationship with your child. Our attorneys can help you understand the divorce laws that help the court determine who receives custody of the child. Our lawyers can also help you understand child support and what factors the courts use to determine it.

Whether you are filing for divorce, or your spouse has done so, it is vital that you choose a family law attorney who can help you understand where you stand and what options are available to you. Our lawyers will help alleviate some of the great stress that comes along with dissolving a marriage and explain all of the steps in the process. We will help protect your relationship with your child by guiding you through child custody, child support, and child visitation issues, and help you understand the effects your divorce will have on your finances with issues like alimony, or spousal support, the division of your property, and responsibility for debts.

To learn more about child custody and establishing a Parenting Plan, click here.

Please contact our firm to schedule a consultation to discuss your divorce with one of our experienced family law attorneys.