What happens in the process of divorce can change your life—and your children’s lives—forever. The emotional impact is often as significant as the financial impact. In the case of divorce, the process is as important as the outcome.
The Connecticut divorce lawyers at Volman Law provide caring and compassionate legal services to help couples accomplish a divorce that puts the best interests of their children first and considers the welfare of each member of the family, both now and in the future. Contact Volman Law by e-mail or call (203) 929-7771 to schedule a free initial consultation with a Connecticut divorce lawyer.
Affordable, High Quality, Experienced Legal Representation
The longer it takes to complete the divorce process, the longer the healing process is delayed. Connecticut has a 90 day waiting period from the time of filing until a divorce can be completed. Our goal at Volman Law is to have your divorce finalized in divorce court on day 91.
We frequently hear complaints from clients that they worked with a prior attorney who didn’t return calls or was unprepared for meetings. That’s NEVER the case at Volman Law. For almost two decades our legal team has worked together to help families in Fairfield County reach equitable divorce and property settlements, and fair child custody, child visitation, and child visitation agreements. We’re diligent, conscientious, and always prepared in advance.
Our attorneys offer cost-effective legal representation in divorce cases. Typical retainers are as follows:
$1,500 – Divorce with few assets and no children
$2,500 – Divorce with property division and child custody agreement
Distribution of Marital Assets
Connecticut is a non-community property state. That means that each spouse will generally be awarded the property they brought with them into the marriage, but decisions will still need to be made about property the spouses purchased during the marriage.
It pays to work with professionals who can help the couple reach an equitable decision. The Shelton, Connecticut divorce lawyers at Volman Law work with other professionals to ensure that clients have a clear understanding of the value of marital assets and can use that information to make informed decisions about the division of marital assets.
Divorce, child custody, visitation, alimony, child support and property division should all be considered together, as these decisions may impact each other and there may be tax benefits that make one property split more attractive than another.
Contact Volman Law by e-mail or call (203) 929-7771 to schedule a free initial consultation.
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