Dedicated Representation In Divorce And Separation Matters

Ending a marriage can be emotionally and financially devastating. There are many matters that need to be resolved and emotions can be high under these circumstances.

Even if you mutually agree to separate and divorce, there are very important consequences that you may not be aware of and need to be handled legally. Numerous issues need to be considered and addressed properly when ending a partnership to protect both parties and assets.

At the KMA Law Office in Severna Park, the legal representation we provide when handling divorce and separation agreements includes enlisting other trusted legal and business professionals. These individuals can help with the multitude of issues that often arise during family law proceedings, such as valuation of businesses, investments, pensions, real estate and other personal property.

Resolving A Wide Range Of Divorce And Family Law Issues

Our family law legal services include representation in the following types of matters:

  • Divorce
    • Uncontested divorce
    • Contested divorce
  • Property settlement agreements and the division of assets, including home, savings and retirement funds
  • Child support and child custody
  • Rehabilitative and permanent alimony (spousal support)
  • Paternity disputes

KMA Law Office is highly familiar with state laws governing the division of marital assets and division of complex, high-value assets such as family-owned businesses.

Drafting, Negotiation And Review Of Separation Agreements

In some instances, it may not be beneficial for a couple to divorce. They can instead remain married but become legally separated. This process involves the creation of a separation agreement, which details how the assets are divided and how issues involving children are handled, among many other things. Our firm can provide clients with a straightforward evaluation of their situation and whether or not a separation agreement may be right for them. We work on drafting and review of separation agreements, as well as negotiating them if the terms are not agreeable.

Contact Us Now For Divorce Representation

If you are considering filing for divorce, or your spouse has initiated divorce proceedings, you will face numerous decisions, many of which may have long-lasting legal ramifications. You need to know your rights and how to handle these emotional matters. Call us now at 800-851-3301 to schedule a consultation with our Maryland divorce attorney Karen M. Authement.