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Kalamazoo Divorce Lawyers

Western Michigan Divorce, Marital Property Division and Support Attorney

Going through a divorce can be a difficult and stressful time. It helps to sit down face to face with a compassionate attorney and discuss your goals. Some people just want the marriage to be over. Others are concerned about assets and their financial securities after a divorce.

At the law firm of Peter A. D' Angelo, PLC, we provide counsel that is both compassionate and practical. Emotions can run strong during a divorce, especially if one side was at fault for the breakup of the marriage. However, it's important to consider your actions, as you will live with the consequences for a long time after the divorce is concluded. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case.

Here are some questions you should ask:

  • Can the marriage be saved? If so, our lawyers would be happy to assist you in weighing your options while discussing your case.
  • Are you and your spouse close enough to an agreement so you can have an uncontested divorce? The financial and emotional costs will be much lower if you and your spouse can reach a resolution without significant litigation costs.
  • Do you have children? If so, your children's best interests should come first, both legally and emotionally.
  • Are you protected financially? An Equitable distribution is the aim of the court process. However, equitable does not necessarily mean equal. The spouse with lower earning potential may be entitled to a greater share of the marital assets.
  • Will alimony be a part of your divorce? While many divorces will not result in an award of spousal support, Michigan law provides for alimony under certain circumstances.

Free Divorce Consultation

Divorce is difficult. But you do not have to face those issues alone. Call 269-488-0089 or send us an e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation with our Kalamazoo divorce attorneys. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

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