When you walked down the aisle on that special day, it would have never crossed your mind that the “happy ever after” would someday come to an end. Regardless, your marriage didn’t work out and now you have a lot of questions and emotions. You may feel uncertain about how to proceed.

At Ken Lawson Law, we understand what you are going through. Our attorney will take the time to listen to you and answer your questions. We want to help you make the best possible decision right now so that you are set up for a better future.

Handling Your Family Matters With Care

Most people never expect their marriage to end in divorce, and they certainly do not make specific plans for it. The emotional turmoil of this event, combined with a lack of knowledge about the process, can lead to poor decisions that adversely affect your life and your finances for years to come.

If you are facing a divorce, let a family law attorney who cares about restoring order and providing a fair resolution work with you to protect your rights and help you move forward with your life. We understand that you are about to entrust your most private matters to someone you might not know very well. Our dedicated attorney and staff serve as good listeners, confidants and advocates for all our clients during their most difficult times.

We can assist you with all matters relating to your divorce:

  • If you have children: We will ensure that your rights remain intact. We will fight for a custody arrangement that properly suits your unique family, and advocate for the financial and emotional well-being of your children.
  • If you have financial concerns: We will help you understand the laws regarding child and spousal support. During property division processes, our attorney will make sure you get proper valuation for your assets.
  • If you want the process to be amicable: We will explain the mediation divorce process and help you and your soon-to-be ex decide if those procedures will work better for your circumstances. If not, we will do our best to fight for your needs in the courtroom.