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A compassionate approach to tough situations

On Behalf of | Jan 29, 2020 | Family Law | 0 comments

There are many different types of disagreements that could contribute to or exacerbate a divorce. Sometimes, the issue is as simple as one member of the couple wanting to divorce and the other wanting to stay together as one family. At Nevins & McAllister, we understand that these types of conflicts may sometimes never reach a full resolution.

In a legal sense, a marriage is a contract. A divorce is a way of dissolving that contract — not a way of solving all the problems that occurred during the marriage. However, sometimes we find that a sympathetic ear and tenacious representation go a long way towards achieving both goals.

Rather than attempt to resolve every single disagreement one by one, we typically focus more on calming the overall situation so important decisions can happen. We believe that this results in a more beneficial resolution for everybody involved, but especially for certain people.

In divorces, it is often the children that suffer the most. We do not believe it is fair for kids to get caught up in endless arguments during a divorce. That is why we believe it is important to seek the most efficient resolution possible.

Unfortunately, the most efficient solution is not always the one that makes everybody happy. For example, although many people would rather avoid court if possible, sometimes it is the only chance an individual has to achieve certain goals. This is especially true of highly contentious situations.

When the going gets rough, we always try to be there for our clients as much as possible. This includes not only providing legal advice and representation, but also attempting to truly understand the emotional aspect of each situation. Please continue to read on our main website for more information.



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