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Listening to the concerns of Kansas residents in a divorce

On Behalf of | Nov 23, 2016 | Divorce

When a couple decides that the time has come to file for a divorce, it can be an emotional and stressful time. Every divorce presents different types of issues to address, from alimony and property division to child custody and child support. Depending on the couple, emotions could run high as disputes drag on while these issues are addressed. As difficult as the end of a marriage can be, it is important for Kansas residents to understand that they do not have to go through the process alone.

At our law firm, we take the time to listen to each of our clients’ unique circumstances. This is, really, the key to representing our clients in such a way that their interests are best protected. What are the priorities in the divorce process? Is one mainly concerned about property division issues because a couple has no children? Or, if children are involved, are the custody arrangement and visitation plans the most important priorities at issue? For our clients, the highest priorities can vary, but it is important to remember that each part of the divorce can have an impact on life for years to come.

In high asset divorces, especially those in which a prenuptial agreement was not signed, both sides may push back against any preliminary assertions regarding which property belongs to which spouse. These types of circumstances can devolve into quite complex litigation, where each decision could impact significant assets.

At our law firm, we understand that each of our clients presents a different factual scenario. Taking those differences to mind and developing an approach that best suits each client is what we strive to do. For more information, please visit the divorce section of our law firm’s website.