Going through a divorce can be very painful, but you need to know your options and protect yourself by consulting a knowledgeable attorney to help you through the process. Without one, you might find yourself in a dire emotional and financial situation.
- Divorce Proceedings
- Maintenance (Spousal Support)
- Post-Divorce Custody & Visitation
- Post-Divorce Child Support
How a Divorce Lawyer Can Benefit You
As we all know, divorces can sometimes get a bit messy and as we said before, it is always a good idea to hire an attorney who will make sure you are protected. If you have been married for a lengthy amount of time, then it might be possible for you or your spouse to receive maintenance (financial support).
In addition to maintenance, one might also be forced to divide the property acquired during the marriage, which sometimes results in the sale of the marital home, cars, or other possessions. Bank accounts, pensions, retirement accounts are all other financial considerations when attempting to dissolve a marriage equitably.
Hiring a matrimonial attorney who can guide you through the treacherous waters of the divorce proceedings and ensure you are treated fairly can be crucial. Not only protecting your own interests, a knowledgeable attorney can offer you guidance regarding your children’s interests. A custody battle will most likely disrupt everyone’s life. Custody and Visitation always centers around the best interests of the children. It can be very helpful to speak with an attorney early on to protect your children’s best interests.
If you need a matrimonial attorney who is going to do his best to preserve your family dynamic and foster healthy relationships, then speak with Michael Gulotta, Esq. today, a former Attorney for the Child (“Law Guardian”).