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Will your divorce be amicable or acrimonious?

On Behalf of | Oct 3, 2014 | Family Law |

When a spouse comes to the realization that he or she wants a divorce, it can lead to a multitude of feelings. Some may experience anger, relief or even happiness. Depending on whether the couple is amicable about the dissolution of their marriage or ready to fight tooth and nail, there may be more options than simply fighting it out in court.

At Reisinger Booth & Associates, P.C., we want to help make divorce as easy as possible for our clients. We understand that each divorce is different and may involve unique challenges. That’s where our experience in the following areas of Nebraska family law is very helpful.

— Child custody

— Parenting time and visitation

— Property division and settlement

— Qualified Domestic Relations Order

— Enforcement of divorce decrees

— Modification of divorce decrees

— Mediation

In many divorces, Alternative Dispute Resolution can help couples come to an agreement on such things as child support, child custody, visitation and alimony. Our attorneys have completed ADR training and believe that it can be helpful in many cases to avoid litigation in court.

Other family law issues that may arise include paternity rights and grandparents’ rights. Issues relating to domestic partners may include child custody and support — two issues where legal representation can help ensure that the best interests of the child are recognized by the court.

We want to make your family law issue as painless as possible. From our extensive experience in ADR to court modifications in child custody to child support enforcement, we will provide our clients with the quality legal services needed. Our family law webpage contains more information on our services.