In some divorce cases, the two parties involved come to amicable and mutual agreements on how to settle their case. This is not always possible. If no agreement can be reached, it may be necessary to proceed with litigation (court). In these cases, a divorce attorney steps in and presents the case to the court on behalf of his or her client, presenting a case for a fair distribution of assets and debts. These cases can also include custody litigation, regarding joint custody, sole custody, and time sharing between the parents (visitation).
The laws regarding this process are numerous and detailed, but each divorce lawyer at ShounBach has the extensive training and experience necessary to pursue a favorable outcome for your case.
No matter what your assets or the complications of your case may be, we provide the same client representation and service to everyone we represent. If custody and parenting time is at issue, we make sure your children are protected and remain sensitive to their needs and concerns.