Preparing for divorce is not something everyone thinks about. Even if you have been considering whether or not to file for divorce, you may not have given much thought about anything other than ending the marriage. At the Law Offices of Richard K. Isles in Riverside, California, our attorneys and staff work with clients to set goals and get on the right track to achieve results in the divorce process.
Setting Goals And Crafting An Effective Legal Strategy
An important first step is to choose a divorce attorney whom you can trust to safeguard your rights and best interests. Successful results, however, are not often achieved without a tailored plan of action to achieve defined goals. Our approach to the law includes getting to know our clients to develop a focused divorce strategy to meet the individual needs and circumstances our clients are facing.
A wage earner who has been married for a relatively short period of time likely has different expectations than a business owner who needs to protect his or her company. For that reason, we draw on more than 25 years of experience to develop real solutions to tough family law problems for individuals, no matter their background.
Divorce planning may require a full assessment of your income and resources. Understanding your post-divorce financial needs, for instance, is vital in determining the course of action to take in negotiations or litigation.
In addition to defining goals, choosing the most efficient method to accomplish the task can save you time, money and stress. Our full-service divorce lawyers know that settling many disputes through effective negotiation, mediation or arbitration can help you to maintain a greater amount of control over the outcome of the case than presenting the issues to a judge at trial. However, as aggressive trial lawyers, we do the hard work to prepare a strong case for trial. We leverage that strength in negotiations to obtain favorable outcomes. When the opposing party will not settle reasonably, we are ready, willing and able to stand strong in court.
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