When Do I Need a Divorce Lawyer?
Posted May 24th, 2012 by Anthony Carbone, PC.
Categories: Family Law.
Conducting a divorce is simpler than ever, and there are some occasions when you and your soon-to-be-ex spouse can just close the book on this unfortunate chapter in your lives without letting anyone else flip through the pages. This may apply in divorces that:
- Are amicable
- Involve no significant property
- Involve no disputed property
- Involve partners with income equality (no alimony)
- Involve no minor children
- Have no accusations of abuse, and no violence is feared
Any time there are children, significant property, an income disparity, or concerns about violence, a divorce lawyer is invaluable for helping to protect the rights—and sometimes the lives—of all those involved. Even if both parties are amicable in these more complicated cases, a lawyer is necessary to make sure that all legal aspects are handled thoroughlythe first time and will not have to be revisited at a later date.
If you are facing a divorce and are concerned about properly resolving all the legal entanglements, please contact our skilled attorney at the Law Offices of Anthony Carbone, PC.