Family Law Issues Can Be Scary, But They Are Not The End Of Your Story
When you or your spouse decide to file for divorce, there are many questions to consider, even in the best circumstances. Your finances, your living situation and your role as a parent can all be in question. As you begin your journey, your goal is to find an attorney who will care about your life and who will treat you with respect and dignity throughout the legal process.
For more than 15 years, the Law Office of David E. Cook, LLC, has been a refuge for families and individuals with family law issues. Take the proactive approach, and find out more about how my past can inform your future.
Making Your Divorce As Quick And Painless As Possible
When you come into my office, I begin by getting a clear picture of your needs by asking questions that matter, such as:
- What is your current financial situation, and what are your priorities for your home and other assets?
- Do you have children, and, if so, do you and your spouse have a plan for co-parenting, or do you need to find a custody agreement that fits your needs?
- Given the length and circumstances of your marriage, are you entitled to spousal support/alimony?
There are many options during divorce, and my goal is to support your long-term goals without dragging out the process more than necessary.
Protecting Your Parental Rights
Custody and visitation matters can be some of the most contentious issues in divorce. As a father, you might worry that you will not get a fair shake when it comes to custody and visitation. Together, we can work toward an agreement that truly protects the best interests of your child. Research shows that this means protecting the parental relationship between both parents whenever possible. Whatever your situation, working with an experienced custody attorney can make all the difference in these sensitive and crucial decisions.
Give Yourself A Head Start When Rebuilding Your Life
When you come to my office, you work directly work with me, David E. Cook. To schedule an in-person consultation, call 717-985-8446 or contact the firm online.