Navigating Divorce With Trusted Counsel
Successful divorce settlement negotiations are affected by various factors besides the divorcing spouses’ needs and expectations. You should seek an attorney who understands what you need to know about aspects of divorce including the following:
- Expectations of the judges in your county
- How the courts are likely to label your and your spouse’s property for the purpose of division: separate property or marital property
- What you can expect from the divorce process
- How to contain costs and minimize hassles
An experienced lawyer is a valuable source of information, guidance and advocacy on behalf of husbands and wives who are preparing for marital dissolution. At the law offices of Marrs & Terry, PLLC, we have sufficient experience in local family law courts to know what judges are likely to approve in a divorce agreement.
Contact us to learn how we can help you reach reasonable, favorable outcomes in your Michigan divorce.
How To Approach Divorce
When clients agree to the approach, we highly recommend and favor mediation as the most productive form of divorce settlement negotiations. Through mediation, the parties themselves can agree to mutually beneficial terms before the divorce is filed in court.
If domestic violence is an issue, mediation would not be an option.
Contact Us Today For A Broad Range Of Service
Whether in mediation or through litigation, divorce lawyers of Marrs & Terry, PLLC, place a high premium on the client’s best interests as well as the best interests of any children involved in a child custody matter. Contact Marrs & Terry, PLLC, to schedule a consultation with an experienced divorce lawyer.
The family law attorneys at Marrs & Terry, PLLC, are also available to advise you on legal issues that may be affected by your marriage or divorce, including the following:
- Probate Law
- Real Estate Law
- Deed Preparation and Recording
- Title Opinions
- Land Contract Preparation
- Collection Actions
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