Getting What You Need And Deserve In Divorce
There are many ways to go about the dissolution of a marriage. Some people, including attorneys, believe that litigation is the only way to get a fair and equitable divorce.
With over 65 years of combined experience, we at Levinson, Reineke & Kimple, P.C., have to respectfully disagree. There are actually several ways to dissolve a marriage. The best way for you depends on your situation, your goals and how much time and energy you want to put into fighting.
Why A Negotiated Settlement May Be Your Best Choice
As attorneys with extensive experience in family law issues,we know each divorce is unique. However there are many commonalities between cases, including the following:
- Developing child custody and parenting plans
- Determining the need for child and/or spousal support
- Property and asset distribution questions
- Valuating and distributing high-worth items, including a house or a business
- Splitting retirement accounts
We have extensive experience and a very high level of success in these matters for our clients. Our No. 1 priority is to protect your investment in your estate. Our mission is to advocate on your behalf for a settlement that protects both you and your children. We will always pursue results that provide you a solid base from which to build a brighter future.
The True Price of Litigation
In our decades of experience and helping clients through hundreds of divorces, we have found that in most – but not all – cases, a negotiated settlement provides the best solution for you and for your children. Why? Because divorce is much more than just financial negotiations. The emotional toll protracted litigation takes on parents and children cannot be quantified, because there is no dollar amount that can be put on your mental, physical and spiritual well-being.
There are, on occasion, issues or personalities that are not amenable to negotiation. In these rare instances, we pursue litigation.
Work With The Team That Truly Puts Your Interests First
Find out more about how a settlement works. Give us a call and let’s talk about what you are facing and how we can help. Call 845-827-1651 or send us an inquiry email at the firm. We serve clients in family law and divorce matters throughout the Hudson Valley.