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It's never easy to take steps to end your marriage, and if you're in the process of divorce, there are several aspects to consider. Alimony, child support, child custody, or the sale and distribution of your property are all things you might need to address as you go forward with your divorce. These decisions can seem overwhelming, especially if you're grieving a relationship that's run its course.
Whether you're going through a contested or uncontested divorce, our experienced attorneys are here to help. We acknowledge how stressful the events around the divorce process can be, so we will offer the support you need to make the transition.
For the past decade, we've gained the trust of our community by helping clients navigate the sometimes challenging divorce process. When our clients reach out to us, we evaluate the circumstances around their case and develop a personalized plan to serve them best. As a result, in all the years we've served Williamsburg, we have come to understand how to keep tensions low and ensure that our clients' divorce process is as smooth as possible.
Taking the initial steps to end your marriage can be scary. So your divorce process will begin by scheduling an initial meeting where we'll evaluate your case and pick a course of action. The first consultation will involve laying out the critical aspects of the divorce, at which point our lawyers will then prepare a plan before we begin the filing process.
The issues that present themselves during the divorce can be challenging. For example, you and your ex may disagree on spousal support, division of property, child custody, and child support. Our attorneys are ready to help you outline your terms of the divorce and support your best interests.
Additionally, if your spouse refuses your claim, we are ready to attend courtroom sessions and fight to ensure your rights are upheld and that you don't have to navigate your divorce alone. Our responsibility is to make sure that whatever is said in court is easily understandable.
At Pedersen Law, we're devoted to helping you achieve the comfort you deserve to navigate the divorce process. Contact us online or call us at (757) 903-4410 to schedule a consultation with Pedersen Law.