Financial stability after a marriage is vitally important. When not handled properly, divorce can leave you facing money woes and stress over your future. However, the law works to find fairness, which could mean striking a financial balance between the splitting couple. As was discussed last week, interim spousal support and, perhaps afterwards, permanent alimony is one way that a divorcing individual can find financial stability and maintain their standard of living post-divorce.
Divorce, though, is rarely easy, legally and emotionally speaking. You might want to try to punish your ex-partner for something they have done or they may want to do the same to you by withholding as much property and money from you as possible. But you can use the law to your advantage to ensure you get a fair shot at what is rightfully yours.
Many times, marriage dissolution is handled through negotiations and settlements. If you are going through a divorce, or contemplating doing so, then it is in your best interests to surround yourself with people who support you and know how to utilize the law favorably. An experienced legal team, like the one at the Rowe Law Firm, can be amongst those people.
Our law firm knows how to fight for spousal support, fair property division and other divorce legal issues. We are proud of our experience and our ability to adequately and thoroughly represent our clients. In the end, we want our clients to find the happiness and stability they need in their new lives. Oftentimes this means making strong legal arguments, being diligent when valuating assets and standing up for those who may be bullied throughout the process.