Shakopee Divorce Attorney
Realistic, Practical Representation In Your Divorce
It is an unfortunate fact, but many marriages end up in dissolution. If this is happening to you, you need a Shakopee lawyer who has a thorough knowledge of divorce law, has compassion for your situation and has worked with the Scott County family law courts.
At Dwire Law Offices, P.A., in Lakeville, we understand what you’re going through and we will do everything we can to help. Our lawyer will listen to your situation and help you establish realistic goals to pursue in your case. The decisions you make over the next few months may affect the rest of your life, so we will also make sure you are correctly informed and educated on your rights and responsibilities going forward.
Family Law Lawyer In Shakopee
Many different factors may influence these decisions, such as whether you want your children to remain in the Shakopee schools. If so, you and your spouse will have to consider how you will divide your property, including what you will do with your house. You will also have to look at how your life is scheduled so you and your spouse can set up parenting time with your children. We will help you evaluate these things so you can determine what will be best for you and your family.
We know this is probably a difficult time for you and that you feel like your life is being uprooted. The most efficient and cost-effective way to get through this is to negotiate with your spouse and his or her attorney, or work with the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) programs offered by Scott County. These include mediation and early neutral evaluation (ENE). Statistically, couples who work together and come to an agreement on how to separate their lives are happier with the overall outcome and may have an easier time co-parenting their children in the future.
We realize that not everyone can work everything out between them. Some divorces become too contentious to allow for negotiation. If this occurs, we are prepared to take your case before a judge and aggressively pursue everything you are entitled to from your divorce.