Over the years, many of our clients have shared their fears, questions, and concerns about separation and divorce, revealing how traumatic a time it can be. The family law attorneys of Strassburger McKenna Gutnick & Gefsky (SMGG) understand that divorce presents many dramatic changes and concerns, but also presents various options and solutions. The ultimate goal of establishing a new, healthy life for everyone involved can be lost in the day-to-day worries. Solving problems using available resources furthers that goal and allows our clients to sort out options during this extremely stressful period in their lives. Divorce, property distribution, alimony, spousal support, child support, child custody, and related family issues are examined at various stages of a divorce case. Our goal is to reach as peaceful a solution as possible while still aggressively protecting our client’s rights. We are fully committed to working with our clients to obtain the best results possible in each case.
In order to do the best job possible, we need to know all the information surrounding your situation. If you are nervous or afraid to tell us something, it may be easier to put it in writing. However you decide to communicate, you must convey all of the facts. Consider keeping a daily diary. This will provide you with a record of events and will help you document questions that may arise.
Your well-meaning friends and family may offer advice about your case. Such advice is often ill advised and you should be cautious when receiving it. The facts of your case are unique and require legal advice tailored specifically to these facts and circumstances, something that we will do for you. You should avoid discussing your case with anyone except your legal team and you should never sign anything without first showing it to your lawyer.
Our team of lawyers, paralegals, and legal assistants offer any assistance they can. If you have questions about dating, money, changing the locks, credit, whether to work, or anything else relating to your new life, contact Reid B Roberts at email@example.com.
For a free copy of our essential “Divorce Law Handbook”, please contact Reid as well.