Protect Yourself Through Divorce
Whether you are just considering or already going through a divorce, the thought can be overwhelming. There are many steps that are part of a well-executed divorce, and it requires much thought and care.
Aiello and Associates has been helping individuals going through divorce and other family law issues in Warren and the surrounding area for years. We bring more than seven decades of combined experience among our attorneys, and we are prepared to help you protect yourself and guide you through this difficult time.
Our Firm Is Prepared To Fight For You
With extensive legal experience comes extensive insight into family law strategy. Here are a few insights you may not have been aware of that can help you prepare for your divorce.
- It is important to file first, and especially do not wait in situations such as domestic violence. The party filing for divorce first is able to ask the court for relief in the form of ex-parte orders, which can prevent an angry spouse from liquidating bank accounts, running up debt and removing children from the home.
- Should your divorce involve children, the parenting time and custody arrangements contained in your initial divorce or custody judgment are likely to stay in place and may be difficult to change in the future. Simply put, if you allow a child to spend most of their time living with your opponent, a court is probably going to stick with this arrangement in the future. Your best chance is to obtain favorable custody and parenting time provisions at the outset, which will be hard for your opponent to take away from you later on.
- You do not have to move out of the marital residence unless ordered by the court. In fact, you probably should not. Moving out of the marital residence makes you vulnerable to many potential situations that need to be considered beforehand.
With our experienced guidance, we will make sure that your interests are protected and your family is safeguarded. We can help you put the law on your side.
Contact Us Today For Help
No matter what your situation entails, call our office and speak with an attorney. You can then rest assured that you have an experienced professional on your side, ready to fight for your interests. Give us a call at 586-250-5527 to schedule a free consultation, or send us an online message.