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     Divorce is a transformative process for the family.  Divorce is a legal process that ends when the court issues a final judgment of divorce. Before the legal divorce, there is a financial divorce - a restructuring from a single household family to a two household family.  Most stressful is the emotional divorce, experienced by all family members. When there are children, keeping them first must be a top priority for the divorcing parents.

 

     It is best to hire an attorney who is willing to think outside the box of traditional courtroom parameters, an attorney who can be aggressive when it's needed instead of someone who can only be aggressive.

 

     Different attorneys interact with clients differently as well as approach the process of divorce differently. There are many different pathways to a final judgment. It is essential to know what settlement methods your attorney uses and their experience in achieving resolution.  For example, does your attorney:

  • Mediate?

  • Have training and experience as a collaborative practitioner?

  • Work with experienced divorce coaches?

  • Have financial expertise?

   

      Look for someone you're comfortable with - you will be partners. Your attorney is a strategic advisor who must educate you, mentor you, help you set goals, help to resolve your case, preferably without costly and painful litigation, but fight for you in court if necessary. At the Law Offices of Kenneth F. Rempell, you will work with the lawyer you hire - Ken Rempell.  Ken's practice is limited to family law. Further, his sophisticated financial background is a valuable asset, mainly if your case includes economic complexity.  

   

     Damage that occurs during a divorce can be just as painful and just as long-lasting as the damage done during the disintegration of your marriage.  But, it does not have to, nor should it, be this way.

 

 

  • Divorce

  • Divorce Mediation

  • Collaborative Divorce

  • Post-Judgment Modification

  • High Net-Worth Matters

  • Custody/Parenting Time

  • Division of Assets and Liabilities

  • Alimony/Spousal Support

  • Prenuptial Agreements

  • Separation Agreements

  • Domestic Viiolence

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Call Ken Rempell at 973-921-0009 to schedule an appointment