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Family Attorneys And Identifying Divorce Conflicts


Connecting with a skilled legal team can help you in a range of ways when you are pursuing a divorce. For example, when you share your situation and objectives with an attorney, they will identify specific areas in need of resolution. Then, possible paths forward can be created and initiated.

Whether you are considering a separation or have already filed for a New Jersey or Pennsylvania divorce, talk to a Bucks County family attorney. Experienced lawyers can share with you ways to move forward and secure the post-divorce life you are hoping to achieve.

Skilled Legal Teams Understand Asset Values and Local Laws

Legal professionals know how to protect the interests of their clients. If you forgo hiring a lawyer, you could be saving some money in the short term while also putting yourself in a risky position to do damage long term. For example, if you agree to a property division that is not fair or to support payments that are lower than you could access with legal support, you are damaging your long-term financial health.

There are plenty of couples who do not have all of their assets valued properly when they are reviewing all the assets and debts. And if property is undervalued or belongings are overvalued it will influence an asset division agreement. Divorce lawyers who have worked on a wide range of marriage dissolutions know how to appropriately value assets, including connecting with professionals who are experts on real estate and asset assessments. A clear view of your marital finances is essential, and this should be in place before the negotiation process begins.

Disputes Connected to Custody Agreements and Parenting Plans

Sometimes both parents are in agreement that custody should be shared and that doing so will be good for the children’s well-being, physically and emotionally. But this is not always the case. There are many situations in which a parent is seeking primary legal custody.

Legal custody means the parent is able to make decisions surrounding a child’s educational experiences, religious engagement, and medical choices. If you believe you should have legal custody but are facing resistance from your spouse, be sure to talk through your concerns with a skilled attorney.

A successful parenting plan and custody agreement will address all of the specific issues of child rearing. For instance, you will want to outline holiday schedules, who has the kids during which school breaks, and the logistical decisions surrounding how the kids will travel from one home to another and how parents will communicate, if they need to.

What areas of concern do you have? If your marriage is coming to an end, it is natural to have questions about what divorce agreement terms and parenting plan conditions are in reach. Talk about the life you have today and the life you want in the months and years ahead with the legal team at Kardos, Rickles & Hand. Then, next steps can be strategized. To get started, schedule your no-cost consultation. Call 215-968-6602.

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