Belleville Family Lawyer - Numerous issues arise when you and your spouse decide to end your marriage or common-law relationship. It is essential that you have sound legal counsel and understand the affect that your decisions would have on you and on your family's future. Our firm provides professional suggestion and counsel on these matters as access, custody, pension and property division, debts and business property division. Our firm is committed to providing you with the essential legal services you require to navigate throughout the family law procedure effectively and quickly.
With whom will your kids live? When will the kids see the non-custodial parent? Who is accountable for financially support? Who will keep the matrimonial house? Who would be responsible for paying any debts incurred all through the marriage? Moreover, if you ran a family business, how will the business assets be divided?
Here at our firm, we can assist you in the preparation of the Separation Agreement, which offers comprehensive and clear answers to these questions. To be able to allow you to concentrate on your new life, a formal agreement is recommended. This Separation Agreement, once finalized, is a binding agreement on both parties.
This agreement could be included into the final Divorce Order. An uncontested divorce takes place if you and your spouse agree to divorce and have agreement regarding all major matters. An uncontested divorce could proceed quickly through a three-part application procedure. Our responsibility is to be able to assist you in the preparation of all required papers and to file them quickly so that you can continue with your life.
If you and your spouse cannot agree on problems, we call this a contested divorce. These issues can be dealt with through settlement conferences, court proceedings, informal negotiations between parties and/or trials. Our lawyers can help you through all phases of the court process. Our aim is to be able to protect your rights and advocate for the best interests of you and your love ones.
The break up of a common-law relationship requires a different procedure regarding custody, support, property division and pension division issues. Our company can help you with all issues connected to the termination of a common-law relationship.
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