Divorce affects many areas of spouses’ lives – such as: childcare, issues of alimony, and property division.
It also happens that the spouses want the judge to find a spouse to have been guilty of some marital misconduct, or contribution to the breakdown of the marriage (so called guilt divorce).
If the spouses have underage children, the court shall decide on child support, the method of custody and contact with children.
These areas of the court’s findings may lead to very difficult and lengthy disputes between divorcing spouses.
The widespread belief that no-fault divorce means an incontestable divorce often proves to be false.
We endevour to help our clients with divorce proceedings by providing professional advice in all areas connected. We represent our clients in the course of settlements and negotiations on the division of matrimonial property.
Every case is treated individually, ultimately seeking the most equitable solution.