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When couples tie the knot, they often never expect to see their hopes for marital bliss end in divorce. Unfortunately, not every marriage leads to happily ever after, and many couples ultimately file for divorce. At Sullivan Law & Associates in Irvine, our experienced family law team is backed by decades of study and practice. We understand the complexities of the divorce process and will guide and advise you through this process while protecting your interests.

Call our law office in Irvine today at (949) 565-2793 to set up a case evaluation with a member of our team to learn more about what we can do for you.

Why You Need a Divorce Attorney

You may know that you are not required by law to hire a divorce attorney to handle your case. However, while nothing can stop you from handling your divorce on your own, it is recommended that you consult with a knowledgeable legal professional first. Family law is a complex area of practice and a lot is often at stake in these cases. The last thing you want to do is jeopardize your future by cutting corners on legal expenses.

Our team can help you file all the necessary paperwork on time, inform you of your legal options, search for hidden assets, and create personalized strategies to help achieve your goals.

Contested and Uncontested Divorce

There are two main types of divorce – contested and uncontested. If you and your spouse can see eye to eye on every key issue of your divorce, you can move forward with an uncontested divorce. If you disagree on even one issue, however, your divorce will be considered contested. Typically, uncontested divorces take less time and incur fewer legal fees.

Key Issues in a Divorce

Before your divorce is finalized, you and your spouse will have to negotiate the terms of your divorce or, if you cannot agree, go through litigation where a judge will determine the outcome on your behalf.

Here are some of the issues you may face:

  • Child custody and visitation
  • Property and asset division
  • Debt division
  • Spousal support
  • Child support

If your circumstances change in the aftermath of your divorce, it is possible to modify some of these orders to accommodate any substantial changes you encounter.

Speak to a Knowledgeable Divorce Attorney in Irvine Today!

If you and your spouse can no longer make your marriage work, the legal team at Sullivan Law & Associates in Irvine can assist you. Our firm has been guiding clients through the divorce process since 1978 and would be honored to help you.

Reach out to our law office today at (949) 565-2793 to set up a case evaluation with a member of our team to get started.

What You Can Expect from Our Firm?

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  • Accessibility, so you always know where your case stands.
  • Personal attention through every stage of your case.
  • Decades of legal experience applied to your legal matter.
  • Results-driven counsel designed to protect your every interest.

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