Planning For Life After Divorce
Nobody plans for divorce, which makes these cases especially difficult. You’re forced to think of a new kind of future. It can be emotional and draining. The Law Office of Grant M. Helman is here to help you find some relief. By providing an honest assessment and open communication, they can guide you in the right direction as efficiently as possible.
What You Can Expect
Grant M. Helman and Stuart Scherer work together to understand each client. They listen attentively and then present all of the possible options. Understanding your rights is an important first step. Kentucky is a no-fault divorce state. This means neither spouse has to prove the other did anything wrong to be granted the divorce.
One main factor that can affect how quickly your divorce is finalized is whether you have children. Determining custody is an important step. Some couples are able to come to an agreement. If you’re unable to agree on key parenting and custody details, the court must decide. They will look at a number of factors, including the relationship between each parent and the child, the location of each home and their school, and the mental and physical health of all involved. If the child is old enough, they also may be asked for their opinion.
Regardless of your situation, The Law Office of Grant M. Helman takes cases of all shapes and sizes. You will not be turned away. Our attorneys strive to help clients understand their rights and find the light at the end of the divorce process tunnel.
Don’t Wait Any Longer; Call Today
It’s important to talk to an experienced attorney as soon as possible. No matter where you’re at in the process, The Law Office of Grant M. Helman is here to help guide you in the right direction. Contact our office in Louisville at 502-540-5700 or fill out our contact form.