When Is The Right Time For A Divorce?
Ultimately, the only person who can decide at the moment to pursue divorce is you. However, the choice to divorce, even the consideration of divorce, is a key moment for you. It never hurts to speak with someone about your options.
At Lesnik Family Law P.C., we are a caring, compassionate group of divorce lawyers who understand the struggles you face. We’ve helped clients from across Raleigh understand their options under North Carolina family law. We can guide you to a real answer to your questions and help you build a plan to move forward.
There Are Multiple Ways To End A Marriage
When most people hear “divorce,” they think that there is only one way to go: courtrooms, fighting and pain. But divorce doesn’t have to be as painful as all that. Yes, there is an element of difficulty to divorce, and you may feel some pain, but your divorce does not have to bankrupt you emotionally or financially.
We can provide you with all the information you need about your options, including:
- Absolute divorce: The traditional term for divorce in North Carolina, which includes standard issues of child custody, alimony and property division.
- Separation agreements: Legal separation in North Carolina is complex. You can pursue separation before moving to – or totally in lieu of – a divorce by crafting an agreement.
- Collaborative divorce: This style of divorce removes the “adversarial” component of traditional divorce litigation and forbids an attorney from working any further in a divorce if they cannot reach an agreement.
Additionally, we understand how important your faith is to you and how you’ve built your life, so we offer a number of faith-based family law services.
We Provide Guidance So You Can See The Way Forward
In any family law situation, you must understand that the law is confusing. It’s hard to make decisions when you do not know how the law works. We can answer your questions and provide you with clarity for the path ahead.