What To Expect In Your Divorce
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Your Guide Through The Divorce Process

For many people, the decision to end a marriage comes after months or years of doubt and unhappiness. Once they have made the decision, they can hardly wait to get the past behind them and get on with their lives.

Those who are in a hurry are not going to like hearing this, but the legal process of divorce takes time and effort. Strentz & Greene, PLC, is dedicated to easing the burden of the process. We can help you understand your options and protect your interests at each stage of divorce.

We Work To Simplify Complex Issues

At Strentz & Greene, PLC, we help with different family law issues in divorce, including:

  • Contested divorce
  • Uncontested divorce
  • High-asset divorce
  • Property division
  • Child custody
  • Visitation
  • Child support
  • Spousal support

While the decision to split up may be emotional, the divorce itself is largely a matter of dividing the marital property. In many cases, this can be highly complicated – especially when the marital property includes retirement funds, ownership stakes in businesses and other complicated assets.

Working out the details of these assets takes time. The decisions you make during the divorce process can have a profound impact on your finances and your personal life for years to come. It’s important to have the help of an experienced lawyer who can help you understand your options and argue on your behalf.

What Divorcing Parents Can Expect

For parents of young children, divorce can be both emotional and highly complicated. In addition to property division, parents must work out child custody, visitation and child support issues. Both parents will have parental rights and responsibilities, and these will ensure they interact with each other for many years to come.

In the best interests of their children, these parents should work to make sure these interactions work as smoothly as possible. With these and other goals in mind, many parents seek to resolve child custody and visitation disputes through mediation.

Get Started Today

If you are considering divorce, contact the attorneys of Strentz & Greene, PLC, by email or by calling us at 540-479-1511. We represent clients in Fredericksburg and throughout Spotsylvania, Stafford and King George counties.