Keeping Costs Down In Divorce
People often worry about the cost of a divorce. Not only will the assets that once supported one household be divided to support two, but spouses can incur court costs, attorneys’ fees and other expenses.
“How much is this going to cost?” is one of the first questions potential clients often ask us at Graff & Associates, LLC. The truth is that it can be difficult to answer without knowing all the facts. Every case is different, and the final cost depends on many factors such as whether there are children involved and whether the decision to divorce is mutual.
Because we are experienced divorce attorneys who have practiced family law for years, we can help predict the costs you might face. We are familiar with the local courts and the judges and lawyers who practice here. We will talk to you about likely outcomes, and we can take measures to reduce the cost of your divorce. We can also help you avoid common mistakes. Call us at 215-649-7395.
We Can Handle Every Issue Associated With Your Divorce
At our law offices in Jenkintown and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we handle divorces involving many legal issues, including:
- Custody and support disputes
- Property division settlement agreements
- Domestic violence concerns
- Prenuptial agreements
- “Gray divorce” for those over 50
- Attorney’s fees
Protecting Your Kids During The Divorce Process
If you are a parent, you are probably worried about the impact of your divorce on your children. Divorce can be difficult on kids, but there are things you can do to make the transition easier. Courts recognize this. That’s why they require parents who are experiencing custody issues to attend an “Our Children First” seminar before a divorce can be finalized.
In many situations, parties attempt divorce mediation before proceeding to trial. Mediation can be a valuable tool for resolving custody and divorce matters cost-effectively and protecting your children from fighting between parents. It gives parents a chance to work matters out together and come to an agreement regarding their parenting time schedule. Parenting plans that were created by both parents and not ordered by a judge are more likely to be followed.
Learn more about choosing between mediation and litigation in your divorce.
Contact Our Attorneys Today
If you are considering a divorce or have been served with divorce papers, talk with us about the divorce process. We can help you understand what to expect and can talk with you about your options. Call us at 215-649-7395 or email us. Consultations are free and confidential.