If you are going through a divorce, the last thing you need is an overly aggressive lawyer who will make the situation more contentious than it needs to be. Most issues that arise in divorce are driven by facts and statutory guidelines — not by emotions.
At the law office of Weston R. Moore, Attorney at Law, in Olathe, Kansas, we will help you focus on the things you can change rather than the things that will be determined by statutory guidelines.
There are many issues that can arise in a divorce, and a practical, compassionate attorney can help you approach the settlement process logically.
- Marital property division follows Kansas law on equitable division. You might not think it is fair to divide your pension plan or 401(k) account with your spouse. However, under Kansas law, all assets and debts accumulated during your marriage must be divided.
- Alimony may or may not be a factor in your divorce, depending on the length of the marriage and other statutory considerations. We’ll explain those considerations so you will know what to expect.
- Child custody and visitation are based on the best interests of your children, not on what the parents want. Unless there are issues of abuse, the court will want to provide both parents with as much access to children as possible.
- Child support is based on statutory guidelines. Exceptions to these guidelines are rare.
As a lawyer who has gone through divorce himself, Mr. Moore understands what you are going through. Throughout the process of divorce, he will put himself in your shoes and help you obtain a just outcome.
Most divorces can be resolved through negotiation and agreement between the parties. However, if the other side is unreasonable, Mr. Moore is an aggressive advocate who will protect your rights in court.
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To discuss your divorce with Olathe attorney Weston Moore, call 1-913-782-7075 toll free or fill out the contact form on this site.