Transitioning out of a marriage can be a confusing and exhausting process, often with major questions about the impact to your joint resources, your children, and your future. We know that, more than anything, you want these significant issues settled so you can get on with your life. The family law attorneys at Artiano & Associates are experienced at sensitively handling the comprehensive details that come with a divorce and negotiating the best possible dissolution of your marriage.
A collaborative approach to divorce proceedings reduces litigation costs and overall expenses, and also lessens your stress at this difficult time. We know it is important to get a dialogue going with the other side so that we can work with each other before it comes to litigation. There is nearly always common ground, and that is something we can use to your best advantage. At Artiano and Associates, we prefer to identify the issues, fashion a strategy, divide up the assets, and settle the case for the best results.
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If litigation becomes unavoidable, we are seasoned attorneys who will preserve and protect your rights in court. We can help defend your rights and resources in cases of:
Divorce proceedings can impact other areas of your life– including your business or your estate. Should you need an attorney from a different area of the law, you have several at your disposal – with full interaction between our practice areas. We look at your situation as a whole when representing your interests and can meet all your legal needs under one roof.
A client sought visitation rights for his yet-to-be-born daughter. We sought a long-term visitation schedule at the outset in order to avoid returning to court. However, the other side kept changing her attorneys and the parameters of the visits. We continued settlement discussions, but also set a trial date, by which time the child was two years old.
Well in advance of the trial, we submitted a brief with a proposed visitation schedule along with documentation of the extensive efforts to come to an agreement. Persuaded by the brief we had prepared, the judge encouraged the other side's attorney to advise his client to settle. The parties reached an agreement, giving our client the visitation schedule he wanted. The client cried with happiness in court.