If you are contemplating a divorce, you will need to make important assessments and evaluations during a very stressful time. Your choices will have both short-term and long-term effects. If children are involved, these decisions will affect them as well. You need to understand your options, and at Allyn Smith Law Group, PC, we are ready to offer you the information and guidance you need.

Both Ms. Allyn and Ms. Smith believe in achieving livable results for their clients, and whether this is through traditional litigation or collaboration, they stand ready to advocate for their clients. They are willing and ready to fight on behalf of their clients, putting their best interests to the fore. Ms. Allyn and Ms. Smith draw on years of experience in family law to stand up for their clients, and refuse to allow them to be bullied.

Ms. Allyn and Ms. Smith also look to mediation and collaboration to resolve family law issues. A collaborative divorce, where the parties work together to resolve their issues and work toward an amicable outcome, is an important option to explore. It is often preferable for the parties involved. It can save you time, money and the emotional anguish of a traditional litigation route. Ms. Allyn and Ms. Smith are certified in collaborative practice. As attorneys who are experienced in collaborative divorces, they will work with you toward a less antagonistic resolution.

At Allyn Smith Law Group, PC, we will not only help you through your divorce, but will also help you make decisions regarding the many issues that will be raised by divorce:

  • Property Division: We will help you arrive at a equitable division of assets and debts.
  • Parenting Time: We will work closely with you to develop a parenting plan that puts the best interests of the child first, while protecting your rights as a parent, when working out custody and visitation issues.
  • Child Support: We will help you identify the factors involved in calculating child support and ensure all the pertinent aspects of your situation are taken into consideration.
  • Spousal Support or Maintenance: We will explain the factors the court examines in determining whether to grant spousal support and give you a realistic assessment of potential outcomes.

During a divorce, people faced with such emotionally charged circumstances often feel immobilized. If you are stuck and feel like you don't know what to do next, contact us. We can give you the information about your rights, options and potential outcomes that you need in order to make an informed decision. Our goal is to empower you through the divorce process so that you can make decisions with confidence. Contact us today, and let us help you clear your mind.