Divorce Attorney in Prince William County
Seasoned Divorce Lawyers with Years of Family Litigation Experience
When a marriage comes to termination, there are many questions that may arise in regards to "who gets what?", amongst many other questions. Not only is the process time-consuming, but mentally & emotionally draining as well. At Reese Law, our divorce attorneys in Prince William County can help you get peace of mind and closure through this difficult phase and help in any way we can.
Dealing with a divorce alone can be exhausting without the proper resources and support. This is where our divorce attorneys at Reese Law can step in and assist you with anything you need proper advice and consulting in, including property acquired throughout the marriage, investment portfolios, and child custody.
Some tasks that our divorce attorneys in Prince William County can handle for you include:
- Filling out necessary documents/paperwork
- Keeping track of important deadlines
- Division of assets
- Division of debt
- Child custody
Divorce: Contested vs. Uncontested
To differentiate between the two types of divorce, a contested divorce occurs when the two parties cannot come to an agreement on their own in regards to the division of assets, child custody, attorney fees, and more.
An uncontested divorce, on the contrary, occurs when both parties are able to come to a mutual agreement, called a Seperation Agreement, to split up all the assets of the marriage.
Regardless if your divorce case is contested or uncontested, you'll need an experienced divorce attorney that can guide you through the process so the end result is fair and just for both parties involved.
Schedule a Consultation to see how Reese Law can assist you with your post divorce questions in Prince William County.