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Divorce & Separations
Divorces and Legal Separations are like cars, coming in all prices and varieties. They can be short & simple with no contested issues or long and complicated custody and financial battles.
Separating from a spouse is one of the most difficult things a person experiences. The decisions made during this time will have a lasting impact on the lives of all people involved. Whether it is a case of an uncontested separation with no children or assets or a contentious division of children, assets, and debts, Lion Legal Services is here to ensure you are not disadvantaged by your spouse.
We help you reach closure and obtain a fair, long-lasting result.
Everyone wants an uncontested divorce, but not many folks actually have an uncontested divorce.
An uncontested divorce or separation is defined as the parties have actually discussed the divorce and come up with a plan together – you’re in agreement on who gets what, what visitation and custody looks like and child support, who is paying what debts, taking what property, getting the house, etc. All questions are agreed and you need guidance to finalize.
There are many variables and some divorces are very costly.
The national average for a divorce that can be settled without going to trial is $12,900.
We are trial hardened lawyers who will go to trial with you, prepared to win if that’s what your case requires, but you and your ex can save thousands of dollars by taking a practical approach to your divorce.
Reasonableness is not weakness.
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