If you have ever been through a divorce, then you probably know that it can be a very daunting and stressful situation. On top of that, it can prove to be quite costly to get divorce help. Private divorce attorneys are a good option for help with your case, however they can be quite expensive. If you are unable to retain the services of a private attorney, you may need another option for divorce help such as a legal resource group. National Family Solutions provides low-cost services to husbands, wives, mothers, fathers, and grandparents who are dealing with a divorce and child custody case. When going through a divorce, it is bad enough that you have to deal with the falling apart of a family unit, but we’re here to help and guide you through the divorce process.
Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce Help
There are two main types of divorce you may need divorce help with. You will find that contested divorces are usually the most difficult to deal with. Unless two parties can agree on all terms that are associated with the divorce, then typically, it will be a contested matter. A contested divorce might include disagreements on who should get the house, who should have custody of the children, who should pay for which expenses, and so on. It’s normal for all divorces to have a few items that they need help figuring out, but if your divorce is filled with disagreements, you will need more assistance than a couple who agrees on most of the major issues.
If both parties can come to an agreement, then the process will go much more smoothly. This is called an uncontested divorce. The two of you might agree on which person should live in the marital home (or you might both agree that it needs to be sold) and you might already have a plan for child custody and visitation. If children are involved, then it gets a bit more complicated. Discussing matters such as property settlement and a fair custody arrangement can make the process a lot easier for both parties involved as well as the children involved in the divorce. For affordable divorce help, find out if our family law assistance programs are right for you.
Comprehensive Divorce Help Programs
Contested and Uncontested Divorce Help
Whether your divorce is proceeding smoothly or you disagree at every turn, we can help. It’s important to have an advocate on your side even if you both agree, because there will likely be at least a few factors you don’t end up agreeing on.
If one of you lives out of state or is planning to move out of state, this can throw a wrench in the proceedings. You’ll need to determine which state laws will be followed and how moving will impact any children that you have.
Divorces With Children Involved
Both of you will want what’s in the best interest of the children; the problem is that you might not agree on what that is. From visitation to health insurance to where the children will go to school, there are many issues that need to be discussed. We can provide the divorce help you need.
If there are children involved, it’s likely that one parent will pay some child support. It’s also possible that one spouse will need to pay alimony to the other. This is particularly true if one spouse has stayed home or put their career on hold for some years. National Family Solutions can help you determine what’s fair and ask for what you want and need.
Even if you both decide that you will share physical and legal custody, the details of child visitation can be a source of stress and disagreement. We can help you develop a fair parenting plan that allows the child to create a bond and a relationship with both parents.
Do you own a home together? Maybe you also share a vacation home, a business, cars, and other property. You also have furniture and other assets together. Dividing up the property in a divorce can lead to arguments and hard feelings. Let us help.
DIVORCE RIGHTS HELP AND RESOURCES PROGRAM
You may not have a need to hire an expensive lawyer if you qualify for our family law help. Although we are not a law firm, we have helped many families resolve their family law situations affordably and provided divorce help in both contested and uncontested cases. You can start by completing the form below to see if you qualify for our program. A trained legal specialist will get back with you within one business day to assist you.
From there, you will be assigned a specialist who will walk you through your case as needed. Remember, you do not have to hire a high-priced private attorney in order to receive divorce help. Although you are likely overwhelmed and unsure of what to do, you are in good hands with National Family Solutions. Contact us today to learn about how you can save money while advocating for yourself in your divorce or child custody case.