There are emotional consequences when a person decides to separate from their spouse. Divorce is not a decision that should be taken lightly. There are legal consequences for each party to consider and if the parties have children these decisions often involve custody and visitation. Often there are assets as well as liabilities to divide between the parties. Assets can include a home, bank accounts, cars and retirement funds. This means that even the simplest divorce will require contact with the legal system. Often a longer marriage with more physical and financial property or with children and custody issues will go before a judge. A divorce attorney like Catherine Grantham understands this process and will help you along the way. Catherine will explain the process, represent your interests, advise you of your rights to get you the best possible outcome. If you and your spouse have already agreed on the custody and property issues you may be able to never have to appear before a judge. After 30 days from the date of filing, your signed documents accompanied by an affidavit can be submitted to the judge by your attorney. These documents will include a Judgment of Dissolution, a Parenting Plan, a Separation and Property Settlement Agreement along with the Affidavits. Catherine understands that her clients are going through a very stressful time and emotions are running high. Catherine is committed to helping her clients resolve and work through family-law matters in the most positive way possible, with the respect and compassion that they deserve in the most cost-effective way.
Call 314-596-8371 today to discuss your situation with our divorce attorney in St. Louis and Webster Groves, MO.
Catherine Grantham Family Law will answer your questions and handle your case from start to finish. You can rely on our child custody attorney in St. Louis and Webster Groves, MO for steadfast guidance until your case is resolved.
Catherine Grantham Family Law will provide knowledge and guidance when it comes to:
1. Deciding child custody matters and determining a visitation schedule
2. Division of assets accumulated during the course of the marriage
3. Child Support
The State of Missouri has a specific formula call a Form 14 that determines how much child support a parent can afford to pay. Experienced attorneys like CRG can help ensure that nothing is left out of this calculation and that their client will have the best result possible. The advice is a lawyer is essential in these cases because child support is one of the most contentious issues in a divorce involving children.
Call 314-596-8371 today to speak with our child custody attorney based in Webster Groves, MO.