Partner With a Skilled Divorce Attorney in Phoenix, AZ
Divorce is never easy. For many, it is one of the most difficult and emotional times in their lives. It can be a serious challenge to deal with complex legal processes while you are still dealing with the shock and stress of separation. However, the terms of your divorce can have a long-lasting impact on many aspects of your life, including your financial health and your relationship with your children.
Whether you are considering filing for divorce or dealing with a dispute amid your divorce proceedings, you can call Huffman-Shayeb Law, PLLC to speak with a compassionate and experienced divorce attorney. Attorney Kylie Huffman-Shayeb can offer you honest advice and represent you assertively in negotiations and courtroom litigation if necessary. She works with clients in Phoenix, AZ and the surrounding areas, including Scottsdale, Mesa, and more.
What Can a Divorce Lawyer Help You With?
Asset Division: One of the biggest concerns in most divorce cases is deciding how to divide marital assets, such as the family home, vehicles, valuable possessions, bank accounts, investments, business interests, retirement accounts, etc. It is rarely feasible or fair to split everything 50/50. When a divorcing couple is “underwater” on their real estate mortgage, this further complicates the property settlement process. A divorce attorney at Huffman-Shayeb Law, PLLC can help you determine a fair division and fight for your interests should a dispute arise.
Child Custody/Visitation: If you have children with your spouse, you will need to decide who gets primary custody and create a visitation schedule. If you can’t come to an agreement, the court will decide based on a variety of factors.
Child Support: Both parents are legally responsible for supporting their children financially. In most cases, the parent who is awarded primary custody can request child support payments from the non-custodial parent.
Spousal Support (Alimony): Spousal support is intended to help the lower-earning spouse adjust to living on their own income or give them time to get the education/job training necessary to earn an income and support themselves. Spousal support is awarded based on a variety of factors, including the income and earning capability of each spouse, the duration of the marriage, etc.
Whether you need representation in court, or you are civilly negotiating an uncontested divorce, an attorney can guide you through every step of the process.
Need Professional Guidance? Start With a Consultation Today
If you would like to speak to a divorce attorney, request a consultation with Attorney Kylie Huffman-Shayeb. Just call (480) 442-2781 or fill out our online contact form to request your consultation.