You may not have the opportunity to choose a process other than divorce litigation as the way your marriage ends. Your spouse may file a complaint for divorce, and you may find yourself in the midst of a lawsuit unexpectedly. You may be the victim of spousal abuse, or, perhaps, your children have been abused. Your spouse may have taken or concealed assets. You may suspect that your spouse is hiding income. In each of these instances, litigation is likely the process of choice. It provides you with the safeguards and protection afforded by the court with respect to your personal safety and access to information that would not voluntarily be provided.
Litigation is an effective process to provide yourself, and your children, with personal and financial protection. We have more than three decades of experience as trial counsel, and we will work to obtain the financial outcome to which you are entitled. We will work to protect you, your children, and your financial interests through the court, and, if necessary, through the appellate process, as well.
Some matters require the involvement of the court. Domestic violence, parental alienation, tracing of separate property, preservation of legacy wealth, and complex business and valuation issues, among others, may need the court’s involvement to protect the rights of the parties, their children, and their property.
If you believe that you may need the protection of the court, call us. We can help.