Find an Amicable Solution Before Going to Court
Divorce doesn't have to spell out disaster for your future. The word alone often brings up images of angry, shouting exes, exhaustive court battles, and emptied bank accounts. But your divorce doesn't have to be that way. Most separating couples don't intend to be antagonistic or combative, and with professional legal guidance, there's a way to navigate the legalities of divorce amicably. I can help you approach your divorce process in ways that will allow you and your spouse to work together and resolve your differences productively.
Do I Really Need a Divorce Attorney if My Ex and I Agree?
With a commitment to negotiations in good faith and to move forward without blame, the divorce process can be amicable. Just because you and your soon-to-be-ex are separating on friendlier terms, it's still essential to have an attorney in your corner for support. Whether your divorce is peaceful or emotionally-charged and complex, I will be there to make sure we take steps in your best interest and that of your family's as well.
I fully understand how emotionally draining and drawn-out divorce proceedings can be and strive to help both parties find common ground outside of the courtroom. You don’t want to let a moment of anger or disappointment cause you to make poor choices or let a judge decide your fate. Trust Cordes Law PLLC in Southfield, MI, for the legal divorce assistance you’ve been looking for.