Guiding You to a Better Future
The breakup of a marriage may happen over time, as differences widen and the spouses become estranged from each other. If you believe that you are heading toward a divorce, it makes good sense to be prepared and plan for that eventuality. Actions you take now can protect your interests and make a significant difference in the settlement you receive.
At Kearney, Freeman, Fogarty & Joshi, PLLC, our divorce attorneys have extensive experience in all types of divorce and separation cases, ranging from uncontested divorces to those involving complex disputes involving property and child custody matters. Our goal in divorce cases is to guide our clients to an outcome that protects their rights and enables them to move forward in their lives.
Contact Kearney, Freeman, Fogarty & Joshi, PLLC, to learn more about the divorce process and how we can help you.
Proper Planning for Your Divorce Can Pay Big Dividends
When you come to our offices, your attorney will listen closely as you discuss your situation, your family, and your goals for the future. During this candid and honest divorce consultation, we will explain the divorce process and answer your questions concerning issues such as child custody, property division and support. Your attorney will also explain measures that you can take to strengthen your position and lay the groundwork for a fair outcome.
Every divorce is different, but being prepared and knowledgeable about your financial situation, the marital assets and debts, and the issues that affect custody and visitation will go a long way toward making the divorce process more manageable. The more information you have about your financial circumstances, the more involved and proactive you can be in determining a reasonable outcome of your case.
Gathering Documentation Can Make the Process Easier
Collect copies of documents relating to income, assets and debts, including bank account statements, 401(k), IRA and pension statements, deeds, HUD-1 and other closing documents from purchase or refinance of your home, mortgage and line of credit statements, credit card statements, tax returns, including W-2s and other financial documents.
A lawyer at our firm can provide you with advice concerning these and other issues.
Contact Our Divorce Lawyers Today to Get Started
To speak with an experienced lawyer about practical or financial planning for divorce, contact Kearney, Freeman, Fogarty & Joshi, PLLC, in Fairfax, Virginia, or call our office at 703-691-8333.