Even the most straightforward uncontested divorces can be a struggle. Dealing with all the related details, such as the division of property and child custody, is something that should not be taken lightly. Because the outcome of your case can permanently change the way you live your life, you should get legal counsel before you take any action.
At Sutton & Janelle, PLLC, our Berkeley County divorce attorneys can guide you through your case until you reach a smooth resolution. We can minimize the stress and contention that is so often involved when couples go through a divorce. We can be your fierce advocates as you go through a contested divorce, ensuring that all your best interests are fully represented at every moment. In addition, we can also assist you with alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation.
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At Sutton & Janelle, PLLC, we pride ourselves on devoting personalized attention to each of our clients. There are no "cookie-cutter" solutions at our firm-we take the time to thoroughly get to know our clients and create a plan of action that is tailor to their specific needs.
We are here to support you through all the following divorce matters and more:
When choosing a lawyer for your divorce case, you will likely go through a process of interviewing a few and picking your favorite. How do you know, however, which will be the best choice to protect your rights? There is a lot to think about, but it is important to not simply choose the attorney that just tells you what you want to hear or offers the cheapest prices.
You should choose a firm that is devoted to hearing your case and gives you the time and attention you deserve. Another indication of a good family law attorney is that he or she gives you straightforward and honest answers. This attorney should be able to have compassion on your situation, but also gives you a clear direction on how to effectively navigate your situation.
Finding the funds to retain a good attorney is often a point of anxiety for many litigants. A common fear is that the other party will stonewall the other party through litigious behavior and consequently running their fees up. The court will need to consider the need and ability of both parties when it comes to paying attorney fees and will also take into account child and spousal support.
Paying the fees in a divorce is often a point of contention in a case. If your spouse has requested that you pay his or her attorney fees, our firm can assess the situation and determine what is fair. Our firm’s goal is to protect your rights and help ensure that you are set up for success in your divorce case.
Start by telling us about what you are going through. We can give you informed advice about how to proceed in a way that can further your best interests. Our Berkeley County divorce lawyers are here to answer any of your questions and address concerns that may be troubling you.