Divorce and Separation
Coeur d’Alene Lawyer Specializing in Legal Separation and Divorce
The Advocacy Law Center, PLLC in Kootenai county has a strong record of high satisfaction among clients whom we have represented in divorce. We understand the importance of “non-legal” as well as legal aspects of the dissolution of marriage. We are committed to providing excellent counsel and representation to clients during this stressful time.
If you and your husband or wife have reached the point of contemplating or planning marital separation or divorce as a solution to your domestic discord, contact the Advocacy Law Center, PLLC in Coeur d’Alene to schedule a free phone consultation with one of our legal separation or divorce lawyers.
Not Quite Ready for a Divorce?
There may be reasons to consider a legal separation or a postnuptial agreement if you are not ready for a divorce but wish to protect your financial interests in the immediate future. Talk with an experienced, caring family law attorney to discuss the following factors as you get ready to go through the divorce process:
- Asset inventory
- Asset valuation
- Division of property
- Temporary and permanent support orders (spousal maintenance and child support)
- Temporary restraining orders
- Child custody and visitation agreements
We Understand the Financial Stresses of Divorce
When one household breaks up and becomes two households, there are inevitable stresses on the finances of one or both spouses. You may be very concerned about how you will afford a divorce and how you will stay afloat on one income instead of the two.
At the Advocacy Law Center, PLLC, we are concerned about our clients’ bottom lines. We make every attempt to contain costs while still taking the necessary steps to protect their rights during and after a divorce. We advise clients of ways to make it through divorce, such as by seeking temporary support orders. Your spouse may be expected to finance vocational retraining for you if you have been a stay-at-home parent, full-time homemaker or otherwise financially dependent in the marriage.
When Family Law Matters Turn Urgent
In the event of accusations of family violence or other disturbances that threaten the wellbeing of our clients or their children, we are prepared to act swiftly and aggressively.
Often, however, our clients and their spouses find that they can interact reasonably for the sake of their children and for the sake of limiting costs and aggravation. In these cases, mediation may be the best option for your family. Discuss the role that mediation may play in your Idaho divorce.
When You Need an Attorney, Trust Experience
Contact us to discuss dissolution of marriage in Idaho. We care about your situation, and we believe that we can make a difference when divorce is your family’s reality.
For more information about Idaho separation and divorce, see our Divorce Articles page.
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