Finding Solutions To Contested Divorce For Over 15 Years
When one or both spouses involved in a divorce argue or dispute about issues such as property division, spousal support or child custody, the divorce is said to be contested. If you have found yourself going through a contested divorce, it is very important that you have an attorney on your side to advocate for your rights. Without one, you stand to lose significant assets or time with your children.
Attorney Richelle Gossman has the experience to advocate for your interests. For more than 15 years, she has helped the people of Birmingham and the surrounding area navigate contested divorces involving many different family law issues.
What Is The Contested Divorce Process In Alabama?
If you and your ex-spouse have tried private discussions and mediation sessions but could not reach a settlement, you will need to go to trial. Important steps in the process include the following:
- Filing pleadings in which you state your claims and defenses
- Requesting temporary orders on matters like spousal support and a parenting schedule
- Performing discovery to gather information and evidence
- Attending a trial in which your attorney will present your claim
With such a complex divorce process, you will need the counsel of an experienced lawyer, one who knows the family court system inside and out. Attorney Richelle Gossman can help. She has assisted others and obtained successful outcomes.
Request A Free Consultation With Richelle Today
Reach out to Richelle Gossman to discuss your situation and more about legal paths to pursue. She provides free consultations and offers payment plans.
Call 205-498-7455 today.
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