Divorce Attorney

Divorce – A Broken Partnership

A marriage is a partnership that has great benefits.  Couples usually plan to spend their entire life with the person they marry.  You should always work to save a marriage because it is a commitment you made.  Ultimately, if the partnership goes completely awry, it is better to go your own way.  Life doesn’t always work out the way we planned, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t better times ahead. If you’ve found yourself in need of a divorce attorney, Leslie A. Williams can help. The last thing you want to deal with during the emotional roller coaster of divorce is the ocean of legal documents and requirements to dissolve a marriage.

Uncontested Divorce

No divorce is truly uncontested.  An uncontested divorce is one where both parties reach an agreement as to the terms of the divorce. This makes the passage of the divorce easier and less expensive.  Leslie Williams recommends that participants in a divorce reach a mutually agreeable separation with terms that both parties agree upon.  I recommend having a divorce attorney review the agreed terms to ensure your interests are protected.  This is really a good course of action unless there are complex or higher level financial issues.  Under these circumstances it is usually necessary for a divorce attorney to handle the legal issues surrounding your divorce.

Contested Divorce

The first thing to remember in a contested divorce is to tell your divorce attorney everything.  Even the best divorce attorney can be hamstrung in a divorce case when she doesn’t have all the facts.  Any divorce can be unpleasant and a contested divorce is always difficult.  Leslie Williams works very hard to ensure her clients are legally protected, reach a good outcome, and that there is minimal disruption to their lives over their divorce.

Whether your divorce is an uncontested case or involves more complex issues like custody of your children or spousal support, Leslie can help you close one chapter of your life as smoothly and painlessly as possible so you can stay focused on beginning a new one.

Call Leslie A. Williams today at (816) 220-1781 or use our web submission form to speak to a divorce attorney.