According to studies about stress, the end of a marriage is one of the most stressful changes a person will ever endure. The only life change that ranks above it is the death of a spouse. Divorce not only ends the marriage, but requires a person to make dozens of decisions and compromises that will affect their life for years—which is especially true if they have children.
Some of the issues a couple with children would be facing include:
Since 1994, Percy Law Group, P.C. has been an invaluable source of counsel for people going through divorce. We have helped countless individuals secure their family’s future through clear divorce agreements, helping them achieve the best possible outcome. Our approach is founded on meticulous planning and proactive counsel, navigating you through potential pitfalls.
Get a free consultation on your case by calling (508) 645-4392 or contacting us online. We look forward to answering your questions and giving you the information to make the next choice.
Our Fall River divorce attorneys know how to get what you need through aggressive litigation—but sometimes, the best way to get what you want is through compromise. That’s why our firm also offers certified mediation services, which are designed to help you and your spouse come to a mutually beneficial agreement with less money, time, and heartache. Mediation puts you and your spouse at the same table, with a certified mediator between you. The mediator offers no legal advice to either party and is completely neutral—their job is to make sure talks between you and your spouse stay solutions-focused and amicable. For the right couples, mediation skips the cost, time, and emotional stress of litigation. However, it’s not for everyone.
If you want to learn whether litigation or mediation would be the best path for your future, call our Fall River family lawyers.
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