What To Do If You Have Been Served Divorce Papers
Divorce is all too common today. We all know the shocking statistics: 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. In fact, it seems like everywhere we turn, someone we know is getting a divorce, a friend or family member has just been through a divorce, or someone we know isn’t happy with their marriage.
Regardless of the reason why a marriage ends, most couples know when a marriage has broken down beyond repair, and when it’s time to begin the process of divorce.
But divorce can also come with a number of questions, legal concerns, and even questions about your future, and your children’s future.
Divorce is a difficult process—physically, emotionally, mentally, and even financially. This is why if you are considering a divorce, you should speak with a good family law and divorce attorney who can help you consider all your options and provide you with quality legal advice and solutions that help the process goes as smooth as possible.
An experienced family law and divorce attorney can help with:
- Filing for divorce
- Child support and timesharing
- Spousal support arrangements
- High-asset divorces
- Asset and liability distribution
If you have been served with divorce papers, or you are considering having divorce papers served to your spouse, then your first step should be to speak with a knowledgeable and experienced family law and divorce attorney. A good attorney can help protect your future as well as your family’s future.
Speak with a Knowledgeable Divorce Attorney
Contact the family law and divorce attorneys at Hardesty, Tyde, Green, Ashton & Clifton today at for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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