Is it possible to achieve an amicable divorce in San Diego?
When spouses or domestic partners get ready to file for divorce or legal separation, they usually have different points of view on issues like property division, custody of the children or support. But just because there are disagreements, there is not always a need to go before a judge to resolve these issues. e decision.
Consider that a judge can never know about the nuances of your relationship – as a couple and as a family- as well as you know yourselves. It often makes sense to work out as many issues as you can out of court. In most cases resolving your disputes outside of court saves time and money.
More importantly, it can help you avoid or minimize a lot of the negative emotional impact that contested divorce cases can have. Divorce or separation is a difficult emotional process. You and your family will surely feel the impact of the legal processes and the emotional issues.
We will approach your divorce with one goal in mind––to help you find fair resolution.
Often, this means helping our clients settle their case out of court. Through reaching a settlement in this way, our clients have more control over certain aspects of the case that keep attorney fees manageable, move the case along more quickly, and potentially create less conflict.
However, depending on the case, settlement is not always the best option. When the other party is not willing to negotiate and compromise, we do not hesitate to go to court and let a judge decide. Sometimes, the only way to find the resolution you need is through litigation. If that’s the case, you can count on Denham & Britt to be by your side every step of the way.
Put our deep experience and client-focused approach to the test to handle your San Diego divorce. Schedule a free, 30-minute consultation today.