At Claridge Law Group, PLLC we provide you with access to experienced and personalized legal counsel. Our Scottsdale family law attorney represents primarily family law matters, particularly divorce cases. With this focused attention, we are able to offer creative solutions to even the most complicated of divorce cases.
Request a free phone consultation to begin your partnership with our professional legal firm.
We focus on family law because we are passionate about positively impacting families during some of the most difficult times. After we identify the goals and expectations you have for your divorce, our legal team can advise you as to whether we are proceeding with a contested or an uncontested divorce. During an uncontested divorce, both spouses easily agree upon the terms of the separation.
These terms include:
A contested divorce requires more negotiation, as it regularly means that both spouses cannot come to a mutually agreeable arrangement. Contested divorces usually end up in court, where each side makes their case before a judge. That judge then determines the appropriate terms, based on what is just and fair to each party's needs and expectations.
Often, even if your divorce becomes contested, we may recommend mediation as an alternative to a court appearance. Sometimes, mediation is able to smooth the process and save you both time and money. However, if even one spouse is hostile, a mediation will likely not be effective. Request a personalized review of your divorce by calling our Scottsdale divorce lawyer today. We can explain the best course of action for you to take, given the particulars of your situation.
Contact us at (480) 568-2810 to learn more about the services we provide.
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