Your divorce does not have to derail your life. Although it’s normal for a divorce to involve strong emotions, a good family lawyer can help you get through it while minimizing the fear, anxiety, and anger that might otherwise compromise your good judgment.
At Phyllis R. Williams, P.C., we believe it is our job to help our clients stay focused on achieving an outcome they can be happy with long after the case is final.
According to statistics, a little less than half of all marriages in the U.S. end in divorce. It is important to remember, however, that you are not just another statistic. Your case involves issues unique to you. What kind of custody plan works best for you and your kids? How would you like to divide the equity in your home? Who gets the household items and appliances? While it might seem trivial at first, these are critical questions that demand answers, and no question is too insignificant to merit a well-reasoned answer.
As problem-solvers, we enjoy helping people find meaningful solutions to the challenges of separation and divorce.
Whether your case is uncontested or a complex, high-asset matter, we can help you craft a solution that works for you and your family.