It’s natural to want to resolve a divorce in the least confrontational way possible, so many families attempt to work together to settle their differences.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) December 19, 2013
Many families attempt to resolve their divorce without attorneys, hoping that they can reach an amicable settlement amongst themselves. However, divorce proceedings sometimes don’t go as planned and it can be necessary to bring in legal assistance. The Zolman Law Firm would like to advise families that, no matter what stage their divorce is at, it’s never too late to seek legal assistance.
According to the Encyclopedia of Psychology, nearly 90% of adults in western nations marry before they are 50 years of age. Unfortunately, today nearly half of marriages end in divorce. While divorce once required lots of money, effort and the risk of social stigma, the concept of a no-fault divorce in which a couple could legally separate due to irreconcilable differences, incompatibility, or other interpersonal complications gained credibility in the late 1960’s. No-fault divorces can be a less stressful way to resolve differences and don’t require the involved parties to prove a breach of the marriage contract, or wrongdoing. However, just because the intent for an amicable divorce exists, it doesn’t always mean that a divorce will end up that way.
“It’s natural to want to resolve a divorce in the least confrontational way possible, so many families attempt to work together to settle their differences,” says a representative of the Zolman Law Firm. “Some families have success with this method, but sometimes divorce proceedings don’t happen the way they were intended to. The Zolman Law Firm would like to remind people that it is never too late to involve a lawyer and try to finalize divorce proceedings in a civil manner.”
The attorneys at the Zolman Law Firm have the expertise and are ready to help individuals with their divorce proceedings no matter where they are in the divorce process. Many people feel that involving a lawyer will immediately turn relationships sour, but that isn’t always the case. Sometimes people need a knowledgeable attorney on their side – one who can help reach an agreement that is fair to both parties in the divorce.
Zolman Law Firm offers the finest St. Louis divorce attorneys, St. Louis divorce lawyers, St. Louis child support attorneys and St. Louis county child support attorneys. To make an appointment, call the law firm at 314-846-6633 or visit familylawstlouis.com. From divorce to property division and beyond, they can put more than a decade of experience to work for any family law needs in St. Louis.
About the Zolman Law Firm:
Since establishment in 1996, the Zolman Law Firm has been working with the people in St. Louis Missouri and the surrounding areas, specializing in divorce cases, family law, child support, father’s rights, custody and visitation, and much more.
The Zolman Law Firm takes the time to learn about their clients and understand the vision for their future. The skilled team of attorneys educates the customers, provides realistic feedback and possible outcomes, while ensuring the cost and time spent is of minimal financial impact to the families.