Ulster County Divorce Lawyer
divorce is the only option, there are many issues that must be fully resolved.
child support and spousal support, as well as property and debt division. It can be
extremely disconcerting to be involved in a dispute on any of these matters,
and in many cases, they are not easily resolved. It takes legal skill
to get the divorce under control, and a final agreement signed by both
parties without the need to take the case to trial.
At our firm, Michael R. Varble & Associates, P.C., we have resolved
some of the most contentious divorce cases outside of court. When litigation
is the only way to resolve a divorce, we are extremely professional, and
present our case with professionalism and skill, fully documented and
supported by facts and expert witnesses, when necessary. In either case,
you can count on our firm to advocate for your interests, and to pursue
the most favorable settlement possible.
Child Custody, Child Support, Spousal Support and Property Division
Whether you are involved in a contentious divorce, or you and your spouse
essentially agree on the major issues, having an attorney to protect your
parental rights and property is extremely important. As your divorce will
have a long term, significant impact on your personal life and your financial
health, every detail must be addressed carefully. When there are differing
opinions about where the children should live, how much money should be
paid for child support, or whether spousal support is warranted, the experience
and skill of your Ulster County divorce attorney can make a real difference
in the outcome.
We understand how the courts look at divorce cases, and we craft our cases
to achieve a fair outcome. You need a highly qualified, respected and
professional lawyer when a divorce is difficult. We are ready to help
you, whether you feel an agreement can be reached without a trial, or
if you are certain that litigation is the only option.
Contact us for information about divorce or family law matters.
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