There are times to play hardball, times to compromise and many instances in which it is imperative to do what is best for your children, if children are involved in your divorce. In most all cases that involve marital assets or children, spouses will continue to have some sort of relationship following divorce. You will begin defining what that relationship will be like through the divorce process.
Our family law team, headed by attorney Kati A. Roach, serves clients in Johnson County and surrounding areas, handling all aspects of both contested and uncontested divorce cases. Ms. Roach was born and raised in Warrensburg. She is a committed divorce attorney who understands small-town dynamics, and she can advise you through the do's and don'ts of any divorce proceeding.
Don't get caught up in petty tit-for-tat games, and don't get taken advantage of. Get a proactive and talented attorney who can handle any type of case in central Missouri.
Proceed With Confidence
If divorce is in your best interest or if you have been served with divorce papers, we will help you thoroughly understand the entire process and how you can protect yourself, your children and your assets. Even if you believe your divorce can proceed uncontested (you and your spouse agree on all terms of the divorce), you should still consult a lawyer who can ensure that you are getting a fair deal under Missouri law.
Major aspects of your divorce that you should discuss with a lawyer include:
- Designating and dividing marital assets
- Determining physical and legal child custody and the many implications of each, including a parenting plan
- Negotiating child support payments and the proper use of funds
- Negotiating spousal maintenance (alimony)
- How parental relocation will affect your separation
- Any instances of domestic violence in your relationship
Our firm handles the broad spectrum of divorce issues, including specific military divorce issues, and we have the finesse to pursue your best possible outcome with customized tactics and strategies. We encourage our clients to resolve disagreements through mediation and negotiation, and we will provide you with the tools to do so as well, but we are fully prepared to take your case to trial if disputes cannot be resolved fairly without the intervention of a judge.
Get The Sophisticated Representation You Deserve
Please call us at 660-747-6600 or complete our online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation with attorney Kati A. Roach. We look forward to speaking with you.