There may be no such thing as an “easy” divorce, but with the right lawyer you can at least simplify the process. The dissolution of a marriage is a serious endeavor that requires official legal actions and often a great deal of work on your part. From filing the initial paperwork to entering into negotiations with your soon-to-be-ex spouse, divorce can be stressful. At Boyd Law, we work with clients to make divorce as painless as possible. Learn more during a free review of your case in Fullerton.
Is Divorce in Fullerton the Right Move for Your Family?
According to the most recent census, there were 23,530 households with married couples (opposite and same-sex) in Fullerton. This represents more than 51% of all households in the city. With such a large number of marriages and partnerships, it is no surprise that hundreds of people file for divorce in Fullerton every year. Reconciliation is great whenever possible, but in some relationships divorce is the best or only option.
Before you decide on divorce, consider your other options. If instead you legally separate, you and your spouse can live separate lives and abide by legal rules for matters such as child custody, yet you will still technically be married in the eyes of the law. Legal separation can be advantageous if there is a chance of reconciliation, or if there are issues such as health insurance that make more sense as a married couple. Talk to our family law attorneys about all your options. If you know you want a divorce, we can start on filing in Fullerton right away.
What to Ask During a Consultation with a Divorce Lawyer
At Boyd Law, we’re happy to offer free, no-obligation divorce case evaluations to potential clients. This gives you the opportunity to receive counsel at no cost, and gives us the opportunity to get to know your case. We can schedule your free consultation in Fullerton when it’s most convenient for you, meeting in person or speaking over the phone. During your consultation, feel free to ask any questions you might have, such as:
- Do I need to retain an attorney?
- How long will my divorce case take?
- How much do your services cost?
- We have children – how will this affect my divorce?
- Should I file first?
- I’m in an abusive relationship – how should I file?
- Do I qualify to file in Orange County?
- My spouse is contesting the divorce – now what?
- Is mediation a good option for us?
- How can I prepare my children for divorce?
- I’m a stay-at-home parent – will I get spousal support?
Your consultation at Boyd Law is completely confidential. We’ll listen to your concerns and answer them as best we can. If we recommend retaining our firm, rest assured it’s because we genuinely believe it will benefit you to do so. Not all divorce cases require legal representation. However, in many cases a lawyer can significantly benefit the divorce process in Fullerton. Retain our services for more in-depth information and legal representation during your divorce. Schedule your consultation today at (949) 753-1028 or with our online intake form.