The break-up of a marriage, especially when children are involved, can cause even the most-composed people’s lives turn into an emotional turmoil. Seymour Family Law will help you stay in control of your case by helping you know and understand your options that are essential in maintaining the course of your divorce proceeding. We will clearly explain your unique legal options in words you can understand and we will provide expert counsel in child custody matters, visitation and support issues. We work hard to make sure that you get what you need right now and that you will be able to maintain an acceptable standard of living after your divorce is final. We also handle post-judgment matters, such as modification of spousal support, child support and child custody. We’re experienced advocates of mediation as well as skilled litigators. The one certainty when divorce becomes necessary is that life will change dramatically for everyone involved and Seymour Family Law understands what you’re going through and is committed to doing everything in our power to secure a favorable outcome in your case.
Divorce (dissolution of marriage) is the legal proceeding for ending a marriage (dissolving the bonds of matrimony). The initiating party does not need to prove a reason, under the law, for the marriage to end. Most divorces have many other issues that can be handled in the same proceeding. For example, child custody and parenting time (visitation), child support, division of real and personal property, division of assets and division of debts and spousal maintenance (alimony).on is to try to make the decision for yourself through different methods of alternative dispute resolution.
With our exceptional experience in both litigation and alternative dispute resolution services, we can truly provide a comprehensive view of the options for your individual situation. You can feel confident that you have the information you need to determine the right direction for your case.
Sometimes couples seek to avoid the financial and emotional drain of litigation. Through mediation, parties can use a neutral mediator to help them resolve issues. Mediators in these situations listen to both sides and offer different approaches to resolving problems. This can often lead to a friendlier, relationship between parties once the divorce is finalized.