Divorce Attorney

Going through a divorce is almost never easy. If you are facing the reality of divorce, chances are you’ve got lots of questions and concerns about how to move forward in such a stressful time.

Every divorce is different and with The Hogle Firm, we will work to find the best way to help you move forward. Regardless of whether your divorce is uncontested or whether or not you and your current spouse have significant assets, it is always best to have a lawyer look over everything before filing any paperwork.

Child Custody

When two spouses cannot agree on the custody of a child during a divorce, facing a trial can take significant time and money to resolve. Furthermore, when the court decides the custody of a child for you, it may not be in the best interest of anyone involved. Child Custody Mediation seeks to solve these issues out of court.

Community Property Laws

Before a couple ends their marriage, they must decide how to divide their property among them. If you and your spouse have accumulated significant property during your time together, it is important to speak to an attorney to ensure you understand all of your options and the process of dividing your property.

Divorce Mediatin

Settling the big questions, such as child custody or property division can be a huge hassle and expense if it means taking the issues to trial. divorce mediation is a way to help you resolve this issues and avoid spending time and money on a costly trial.

Grounds For Divorce

In the past, couples seeking a divorce had to justify the divorce by establishing a reason or “grounds.” While still used today, couples do not have to establish grounds for divorce. Our family and divorce lawyers can help you to better understand the process.

Spousal Support

In many divorce cases, a spousal support order may be necessary. When one spouse puts their career on hold to care for Children, it is quite common for spousal support to be necessary.

Uncontested Divorce

Just because a divorce is uncontested and won’t require time in court, doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t hire an attorney to help you through the process.

Learn More About Our Family Law Services.

Hogle Family Law

© 2017 The Hogle Firm. All rights reserved.