On Your Side Through The Entire Divorce Or Separation Process
When contemplating the end of the marriage, it’s important to proceed in a way that minimizes the negative impacts on your children, your finances, your work and yourself. The highly emotional event of divorce or separation demands that you have someone looking out for your best interests who can look both objectively and subjectively at the facts of your case, and help you to make decisions about how to move forward.
Finding The Right Solution
At RPM Law, we provide caring, experienced guidance through all aspects of the divorce process, from property division to child custody matters.
Our attorneys will work closely with you to learn about your situation and priorities, then offer you straightforward guidance tailored to your goals. We can assist with all aspects of the divorce process, including:
- Property division, including special considerations for high-asset divorces
- Child custody, visitation and parenting plans (Legal Decision-Making and Parenting Time)
- Child Support
- Spousal Maintenance (alimony)
The Legal Guidance And Support You Need To Move Forward
We’ll give you the facts on income-based state guidelines for Child Support, the factors courts will examine in determining Spousal Maintenance (alimony), and how to reach custody (Legal Decision-Making) and visitation (Parenting Time) arrangements that both sides can live with.
Negotiation Or Trial?
If possible, we’ll work for an amicable settlement outside of court, but we are fully prepared to advocate for you in a contested divorce as well. Trial is expensive, and may not be the right choice under the circumstances. If it’s possible to achieve settlement, we’ll be aggressive about achieving a fair and equitable outcome.
Modifications To Existing Orders
After a divorce, separation or paternity dispute is finalized, sometimes modification or enforcement is needed, especially if a former spouse/co-parent is attempting a relocation out of state with the children, or refusing to live up to his/her responsibilities as spelled out in your settlement agreement or decree. Even if there are no disputes, sometimes life steps in to make modification necessary (i.e., when a party has to move for employment, etc.).
Team RPM is fully equipped to help you petition the court for a modification or enforcement under these and other circumstances.
Begin With A Free Consultation Today
To discuss how we can help, or for answers to questions about the divorce process, we invite you to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers. Call us today at 520-740-1802 or send an email message.