Franklin Law PLLC

DIVORCE/ANNULMENT

When you’re facing the prospect of a divorce, you may feel alone and confused.  At Franklin Law, we understand that this is one of the most difficult times any individual can go through.  We are committed to guiding and supporting you every step of the way, making the process go as smoothly as possible, and achieving highly favorable outcomes with regard to your parenting and financial interests.

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER YOU CONTACT US REGARDING DIVORCE

1)   Your initial consultation will be free and subject to confidentiality.  If we need to call you back to schedule an appointment or contact you for any reason, this will be done with the utmost discretion and respect for your privacy.

2)   During the initial consultation, we will candidly discuss the pros and cons of your particular case, and together we will determine whether divorce is appropriate for your situation. Please keep in mind that just because you consult an attorney about a divorce doesn’t mean you must end your marriage. 

3)    If divorce is appropriate for you, we will develop and implement a plan that will allow you to realize your long and short term goals in the areas of Property Division, Child Custody, Alimony, and Child Support.

4)   Following a divorce, if situations arise that require legal representation, Franklin Law has the expertise to favorably resolve such issues as Modification of Custody, Modification of Parenting Time, Modification of Support, Change of Domicile and Enforcement of Support.

DID YOU KNOW?
Divorce proceedings can be stopped at any time prior to the entry of the Judgment of Divorce. Often times the prospect of divorce allows both parties to address their marital concerns and achieve a successful reconciliation.
 

CRUCIAL MISTAKE TO AVOID
Leaving the marital home before consulting an attorney.
 
If you move out of the house – or take any other action pursuant to the breakup of your marriage – without proper legal advice, such actions could have unintended consequences that could result in judgments unfavorable to your case.

 

 

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