Uniquely Qualified To Handle A Variety Of Divorces
When facing the end of your marriage, you and your spouse must resolve a number of complex and emotional issues. These issues can include the division of the marital estate, spousal support and, if you have minor children, how to allocate parenting time and responsibilities. The lawyer you select to represent you will have a significant impact on how your case is resolved.
Divorce litigation has shifted to placing an emphasis on encouraging parties to work together to resolve their issues and effectively using alternatives to litigation. The emphasis in family law today is on cooperation, collaboration and preserving the family unit by effectively using alternatives to courtroom litigation.
Of course, there are still times when the courtroom is the only means of resolving a dispute. The divorce process can be quite complex, especially if there is a family business, a claim to substantial separate property or other substantial assets to value and divide. With more than 100 years of cumulative experience between them, our attorneys are prepared to handle the most complex cases.
The legal skills that are necessary to represent clients effectively in today’s family law environment extend far beyond knowledge of legal statutes and courtroom processes.
We Focus On Reaching Fair Resolutions
At Mackoy, Hernandez, Jones and Woods LLP, our experienced lawyers focus on reaching equitable agreements in the most efficient and cost-effective manner. We strive to put our clients in the best possible position to move forward once the divorce is completed.
We are always prepared to advocate for our clients in court, but realize it is not always best practices to be aggressive or confrontational unnecessarily. That type of legal representation does clients a disservice, in part by damaging the family unit and unnecessarily increasing legal fees and emotions. We have successful experiences reaching agreements through smart negotiations and building collegial relationships.
Prepared To Help You Move Forward
We welcome the opportunity to meet with you to answer your questions and help you set realistic expectations that will help reduce the stress in the resolution of your divorce. Call 469-269-0134 or use our online contact form to schedule a meeting.