If you’re reading this blog, then you’re probably in the midst of, or considering divorce. Merely thinking about taking such action takes courage and recognition that your relationship may not be best for you and your children. As you’re probably well aware, though, initiating a divorce is just one step in what can be a long, conflict-ridden process where the stakes are high. When handled improperly, a divorce can leave you financially devastated, emotionally damages, and with a diminished relationship with your children.
This is why you need to carefully and legally analyze every decision you make throughout the process. That may sound daunting, but it’s the truth. Foregoing one asset in favor of another during property division may have unwanted tax consequences, agreeing to a custody and visitation arrangement may negatively impact your child, and failing to adequately address a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can leave you financially reeling.
This is why it is critical that you fully understand what decisions further your and your children’s best interests. Competent family law attorneys, like those at the Cianci Law, PC Creative Family Solutions can appropriately advise clients in every legal matter that may be part of a divorce. Our team of knowledgeable, and experienced aggressive attorneys know how to negotiate with precision and, when necessary, litigate aggressively. This allows us to position our clients for the type of post-divorce success that matters to them.
Although many divorces focus on similar issues, the facts surrounding them are never the same, which is why we take pride in our individually-tailored approach to legal representation. We want to know what matters most to our clients so that we can create legal arguments that support their position and are persuasive to the opposition and the judge. Our years of success and countless satisfied clients demonstrate our capabilities, and we hope to be able to provide that high-level representation to Californians for years to come.
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