Dissolution

Equitable Distribution

The division of the assets and debts of the marriage.

Alimony

Determining spousal support during and after the divorce.

Child Support

Determining the amount of care and support for your child or children.

DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

Dissolutions – while it is doubtful that any individual would say that he or she enjoys being involved in a lawsuit, it is unquestionably true that the process of divorce litigation can be one of the most emotionally and mentally exhausting forays into the legal system. Not only have the parties experienced the emotional trauma associated with the end of their relationship, they now have to contend with the daunting implications of legally dissolving their marriage. For many attorneys devoted to the field of family law, this pairing, between the private relationship of a couple and the public institution of marriage, has led to the conclusion that divorce is not simply a matter to be litigated – it is a private parting of ways with legal implications. At Rohe ◆ Twyman this is certainly how we feel, and we have the experience and expertise to help you through this emotionally turbulent process while simultaneously working to secure an outcome that is in your, and your family’s, best interest.

Issues Relevant to Your Dissolution Matter

Each marriage, and therefore each dissolution, is unique in its circumstances; however, there are a number of issues that must be recognized and dealt with in each dissolution of marriage action. These common issues, most of which show up in some form in nearly every divorce case, include the following:

    • Parenting Plan
    • Equitable Distribution
    • Alimony
    • Child Support
    • Attorney’s Fees and Other Issues