What Needs to be Decided in a Divorce?

When you and your spouse file for a divorce, several matters need to be resolved before the divorce is final. Your divorce may vary from other couples depending on your unique circumstances and whether or not you have children in the marriage.

To ensure your rights are protected, and your needs and wants in the various matters are fought for, team up with a Las Vegas divorce lawyer with experience.

To give you an idea of what to expect, the five key areas that require resolution in a divorce are:

  1. Child Custody & Visitation
  2. Child Support
  3. Debt Division
  4. Property Division
  5. Spousal Support

However, if you do not have children; however, you can eliminate the need for child custody and child support orders.

Additionally, if you do not have debts in your marriage, that may not be an issue to discuss. There can also be other matters that need to be resolved depending on your unique marriage. Decisions need to be made frequently regarding health insurance, pet custody, and business assets.

Individuals can settle all of these issues through negotiations or mediation as long as you and your spouse can reach a fair agreement. This is called an uncontested divorce, and you can save time and money using this method. If this is not possible, you may have to resolve the matters in court.

For help ensuring that the agreement and orders made are fair and suitable for you, seek help from Leavitt Law Firm. We are experienced and passionate about helping families and individuals reach the outcome they need and want in the divorce.

Start now by calling us at (702) 996-6052, or you can fill out a case evaluation form online.

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