Franklin Post-Divorce Lawyers
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divorce does not necessarily mean the end of your family disputes. In fact, many
problems continue to linger even after couples go their separate ways,
especially if children are involved. While many issues are simply unforeseeable,
it is always a good idea to work with seasoned Franklin divorce attorneys
in order to avoid common post-divorce disputes. No matter what type of
dispute you and your former spouse is facing, our team at Crosier &
Hudson Family Law is ready to help you work through your issues and reach
cost-effective, lasting solutions.
Able to help clients resolve a wide-range of post-divorce matters, including:
Discuss the details of your dispute during a private
Rule 31 Family Mediator, Diane Crosier of Crosier & Hudson Family Law has in-depth knowledge
and a sophisticated understanding of mediation techniques. She always
approach each case with mediation first because she knows it can help
clients save time and money. But she is never afraid to take a case to
trial if she finds that negotiating is not a viable option anymore.
Fortunately, the law does provide the opportunity for individuals to modify
their divorce orders. But this can only be done if the individual experiences
a drastic change in circumstances, and this request must be approved by
Valid reasons to modify a decree after a divorce include:
- Dramatic change in income
- Severe illness
- Threats to a child's welfare
Modifications can be complex, so having trusted modification lawyers work
with you to prepare an effective modification request. If your former
spouse disputes your request, we can work to find a solution that both
parties can agree on.
Caring Guidance, Experience Counsel
One of the distinguishing qualities of our firm is the ability to provide
personalized counsel to each client. We understand the value of maintaining
open communications and fostering close attorney-client relationships.
This is how we can ensure that you are happy with the solutions we provide,
and how we can better protect your long-term interests.
You can reach our office by
calling (615) 645-1388.