Divorce seems to be a complicated process in the beginning, but it does not have to be contentious. Husbands and wives often decide without the assistance of the courts how to divide their property and how they will arrange for custody and visitation of their children. Just as an attorney can help a separating or divorcing party through litigation, an attorney can assist a separating or divorcing party to enter into a separation agreement and avoid appearing in a court for any hearing.
Property Settlement Agreements
A typical property settlement agreement includes the division of marital assets such as real estate, automobiles, furnishings, retirement benefits and savings accounts. It also resolves the issues related to child custody, visitation, child support and spousal support.
If you are faced with divorce or separation, please contact Smith & Wells, P.C. to schedule a consultation with one of our divorce attorneys. Our attorneys will help you reach the best possible outcome in a professional, caring, and cost effective manner, whether that means negotiating and drafting a property settlement agreement or litigating. We are concerned about our client’s non-monetary (emotional) and monetary issues.
Contact us at 804-794-8070 or via the form below. We look forward to hearing from you.