Representing Your Interests In Divorce Cases
Divorce is more emotional and contentious when spouses cannot come to an agreement on some or any of the divorce issues. This is called a contested divorce and requires immediate representation from an experienced divorce attorney.
At the Law Offices of Ira C. Yellin, LLC, we provide effective and high-quality representation for all of our divorce clients. Especially in a contested divorce, where issues cannot currently be resolved, you need the skills of our attorneys from now until the divorce is finalized or until a divorce settlement can be reached.
What Are The Benefits Of Temporary Orders?
If a divorce filing is contested, we can help you in the process of filing and represent you in getting temporary orders to address issues that cannot wait until the divorce is finalized. In contested divorce cases, the divorce will take a minimum of six months to be finalized.
A temporary order will address critical issues such as:
- Who will reside in the family home
- Who will receive temporary custody of children or visitation rights
- Whether one party will receive temporary alimony/spousal maintenance
- Whether one party will receive temporary child support
- Prevention of a spouse selling or hiding assets
During the divorce proceedings, we will aggressively fight for the best possible outcome for your situation. This representation includes initial court appearances, filing proper motions and investigating your spouse’s finances. We can also help in high net worth divorce cases and divorces involving bankruptcy.
Contact Our Firm For A Free Consultation
For a free consultation about your contested divorce dispute, please call our Franklin office at 508-528-8885 or contact us online.