A Compassionate, Practical Approach To Divorce
Going through a divorce is rarely an easy process. Emotions run high and can make life a whirlwind of anger, sadness and frustration. Many people with no previous criminal records find themselves accused of domestic violence when tensions run high as divorce approaches. Others feel threatened and ask how to get restraining orders to keep the peace. It is not uncommon to feel helpless, even if the decision to divorce was yours.
Concerns over legal processes add to stress that many experience. Most people are not familiar with the legal system or the way their case may be settled. That is why our firm strives to alleviate the stress involved through clear communication and reassuring guidance. Our family law firm provides comprehensive legal guidance regarding property division, child custody and child support. We also advise on related issues that should not be overlooked, such as name changes and estate planning to account for changes in family circumstances.
Our Experienced Divorce Attorney Will Take Your Unique Family Circumstances Fully Into Account
Julio Bardavid prides himself on offering professional, but empathetic support for those he represents. With more than 15 years of experience, he knows how to get people through an emotionally difficult time.
Because no two divorces are the same, we create individualized strategies for each case. Our services are specifically tailored to our clients’ goals and needs. We understand the intricacies of legally ending a marriage. We can address the unique issues that are faced in:
- Divorce between a wage earner and a homemaker
- Two-income divorce
- High-end divorce
- Divorce after a short-term or long-term marriage
- Gray divorce
Is there a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement to consider? Let us evaluate it for you to determine whether it is solid or might be contested. When you are our client, we will determinedly pursue the best outcome on your behalf.
We Will Fight For A Fair Division Of Your Marital Assets
One of the most contentious parts of divorcing a spouse comes when deciding how to divide shared belongings and finances. Everything that a couple owns needs to be separated and approved by a judge. Asset division may include allocation of real estate, vehicles, retirement accounts, investments, business assets, household goods like furniture, tools, recreational equipment, pets and more. Spousal support or alimony may be a factor, either temporarily or long term, depending on the length of the marriage and other issues.
Without experienced representation, a divorcing party could lose a large share of what is rightfully theirs. Our family law firm strives to handle cases in a way that is equitable and fair. We work to relieve the stress of the process for our clients and help them keep what is most important.