The Law Office of Sean M. Murphy, P.C. represents clients as zealously and efficiently as possible while minimizing stress and unnecessary litigation. Divorce, child custody, child support and other family law issues may be particularly fraught with tension, but even divorce, child custody, child support does not need to be emotionally devastating. Family Court is rarely a pleasant experience. However our attorneys have a proven track record of advocacy and will assist you to navigate complex and delicate matters. Above all, we always work to minimize stress and strain on families because we have families too.
If your spouse refuses to cooperate because they do not want a divorce, we can still help. Your spouse may be spiteful and want to try and make the process more difficult. Merely refusing to cooperate will not prevent you from getting a contested divorce, so long as you have the right legal counsel with the necessary experience to help navigate the contested divorce process.
Don’t Let Your Spouse Hide Assets
You may not know what your spouse earns per year or what assets / liabilities he or she may have. If your spouse refuses to provide you with this information, we will fight for your to this information. There are many discovery tools available ranging from statements of net worth to interrogatories and depositions. We may need to involve a private investigator or asset search company. Once we know your spouse’s full financial situation, we can advise you as to your rights in your divorce regarding child support, spousal maintenance (“alimony”) and equitable distribution of marital property, assets and debts.
Resolving Divorce, Child Support, Child Custody and other Family Matters
Unfortunately, parties do not always agree to the terms of a divorce and will require negotiation, mediation or litigation for the parties to resolve their differences. If you are merely seeking what the law provides as your rights and your spouse is refusing to agree to these terms, we can help you negotiate, mediate or litigate a settlement of the matter. The relevant terms that must be agreed upon are child support, child custody, child visitation, custody / ownership of pets, spousal maintenance (“alimony”), who will be responsible for attorneys’ fees, and equitable distribution of marital property, assets and debts. We can help you get what you are entitled to even if your spouse is giving you a hard time.
The services listed below are only a few of the services provided. Please contact the office for information regarding other matters.
- Modification of Divorce
- Child Support
- Pre-Nuptial Agreements
If you or someone you know requires assistance by an experienced family law attorney, contact our office today to find out how we can help you to preserve your rights and protect your interests.