Contested divorce

 

Most divorces are contested. This means that the couple disagrees on some or all of the aspects of the dissolution, whether that is parenting time with the children or property division. Such disagreements entail traditional hourly legal representation. It is highly recommended that you seek legal counsel in order to protect your rights and the rights of your children if you have them.

 

I will guide you through the entire process in order to remove as much pressure on you as possible. Going through a divorce can be one of the most stressful events in one’s life. It might involve moving, changing schools, figuring out finances, and damage control with vulnerable children. The process doesn’t have to break you down. Let me handle the courts and your soon-to-be ex-spouse so you can focus on moving on with your life.

 

I believe in divorce with dignity. This means that I will represent your interests fairly without resorting to lawyer games or power plays. My goal is to help you receive the best possible outcome without ruining the rest of your life. A high-conflict litigious divorce can ruin a couple’s ability to communicate and most importantly lead to further litigation in the future. If I am able to help my client avoid legal struggles in the future and facilitate meaningful communication with the other side in the process, I have done my job well. This means seeking and finding win-win solutions that benefit the couple and the children.

We strive to keep our fees as reasonable as possible while giving you the same great service that you would expect from lawyers charging much more. Each situation is different and therefore the legal fees will vary considerably depending on the exact facts of your case.

 

In our free consultation, we will review the facts of your case and explain our fee structure to you in detail.

 

To Contact Gavin email info@themiltonlawfirm.com

Disclosure: The information on this website is for educational purposes only and is expressly not intended to be considered legal advice. Our free consultation is limited to understanding the nature of a potential client's issue, informing the potential client if the Milton Law Firm would consider representing the potential client in connection with the matter, and under what terms and conditions the Milton Law Firm would represent the potential client. Before the Milton Law Firm can provide legal advice to any person or entity, there must be a signed fee agreement setting forth the firm's scope of representation and the fees that will be charged.

 

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