Divorce in general is often a complicated process that attempts to dissolve the physical and financial bonds that once held a couple together. In the process, emotional bonds can also often shattered. When the stakes are high, you might be shocked at how contentious and volatile a divorce can become. Whether the dispute is about finances or children, an experienced Maryville family law attorney can step in and support you in resolving the conflict and bringing you some peace of mind.

Common issues in high-conflict divorce may include:

* Child custody – Who will get primary, physical custody of the children and who will get visitation.

* Disagreement on the equitable division of assets – In the courts equitable does not mean equal division. Business and real property valuation can be complex when there are several homes and businesses with some located outside of the U.S.

One of the fascinating things about divorce cases is that they touch on so many different aspects of law. I work with tax experts, forensic accountants, real estate experts, and other professionals who research and investigate your spouse’s financial disclosures to protect your interests and those of your children if you have any.

In my estimation, there are no winners in a complex, contested divorce case. As your attorney, it is my job to assert your rights and make sure that you receive fair treatment. I am also a successful mediator, which means that I possess the skills to facilitate two opposing parties coming to a working agreement. If you have children, it is vitally important that you find a way to preserve some working relationship with your spouse as the two of you will be co-parenting your children for years to come. You might as well be able to be in the same room and have a civilized conversation.

I am a strong advocate who will fight for your rights while avoiding unnecessary conflict. You can get through your complex, contested divorce when you work with a knowledgeable and compassionate family lawyer in Blount county.

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