Divorce is a rupture. Of everything. Your finances, what you thought of as normal. What you need, what you value.
What’s fair? Do you have children? What are their needs? Do you know what you’re entitled to?
Is your attorney listening to your needs?
Are you being guided through the legal system?
Have your case been continued pushing your day in court out of reach?
Are you afraid they’re going to bleed you dry?
Have you had enough?
A divorce is one of the most difficult things that you can ever face. It is much more than just the end of your marriage, the issues that go along with it can affect the rest of your life and the people you care for most. You may be uncertain about your future, your finances and how you will support yourself and your family. In a potential divorce situation, you will have many questions that you want answered. Questions such as, “Will I have to move out? What rights do I have with my children? How do I calculate child support? How do we divide our assets and debts? Will I be entitled to or have to pay alimony?” In these situations, you need the advice of a calm and steady family law attorney who can listen to your needs, advise you on your options and who will go above and beyond the call of duty to protect your rights and interests.
Many divorces bring about very complex and highly contested issues which must be examined in great detail. You need a law firm that will jointly determine your objectives and help devise a plan to obtain your goals. You also need a law firm that will perform the diligent pretrial work that is required to properly prepare your case for trial. You need an attorney who can navigate you through this horrendous experience and enable you to move on with your life.
At The Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger, we have helped countless clients get what they were entitled to, including custody of their children, so that they have been able to enter the next chapter of their lives.
If you need an experienced and successful Divorce Attorney, call The Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger today at (251) 928-5588 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a consultation.
Have you and your spouse decided that you just can’t be married any longer? Have you tried everything possible and are just at the point where prolonging this toxic marriage is bad for everyone involved? Is it bad for the children? Have you and your spouse talked about divorce and have been able to jointly come up with a divorce resolution, or are you close to a resolution but just have a couple more details to work out?
Contested divorces can be time consuming, costly and difficult on the children. Due to the backlog of cases in our divorce courts, contested divorces can sometimes take years to conclude, in the process eating up thousands of dollars in legal fees and taking a hard toll the children and on your physical and emotional well being.
If at all possible, it is much simpler to enter into an uncontested divorce, whereby you and your spouse have a competent attorney draw up a divorce agreement, have both of you sign it and submit it to the divorce court. Once submitted, the Court usually signs it within 4-6 weeks and you are done and ready to move on with your lives.
At The Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger, we understand the value of a quick divorce resolution and have successfully handled hundreds of uncontested divorces. Call us today at (251) 928-5588 or email us at email@example.com.
Are you having problems with the Father or Mother of your children? Are they irresponsible with your children, often times putting them in danger? Do you believe that you are the appropriate parent to have primary custody of your children? Has there been a recent change in circumstances that would make a modification of custody in order?
There are several different laws and custodial arrangements that can be acquired in Alabama. There is “legal” custody and “physical” custody. Having sole legal custody means that you get to make all decisions regarding the health, welfare and schooling of your children and having primary physical custody means that you get to have them the majority of the time with your ex having only visitation rights and being required to pay you child support.
There may have also been a change in circumstance that require a modification such as, your ex has moved in with someone, they have recently been arrested or investigated by DHR, or they have been using illegal drugs.
At The Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger, we put a great emphasis on protecting children and making sure that their best interest are served. We have helped countless clients acquire sole and primary custody of their children and would love to help you as well. Call us today at (251) 928-5588 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is your Ex not paying his or her child support? Should they be paying more child support? Have you recently had a decrease in income and are currently overpaying child support? If there has been a substantial change in income that will result in more than a 10% change in child support obligation, you are qualified to have your child support modified.
If this is the case, you should contact a competent child support attorney that is familiar with the Alabama Child Support Laws. At The Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger, we have successfully collected and modified hundreds of child support cases. Call us today at (251) 928-5588 or email us at email@example.com.
Contempt of Court
Has your ex not been doing what they were ordered to do by the Judge? Are you frustrated with this? Do you feel bullied? If so, you may be able to bring a complaint against him or her and have them forced to do what they were ordered to do. Judges do not take this failure lightly and often times will order them to comply with the court orders and pay your attorneys fees for being forced to bring them back before the Court.
At The Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger, we believe that people should comply with Court Orders and have helped a multitude of our clients get what they are entitled to from their ex. We would be happy to discuss your situation. Call us today at (251) 928-5588 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are the terms of your divorce no longer appropriate? Have you or your ex moved away with the children? Do you not make enough money to comply with the requirements of your decree? Have other circumstances occurred which require a modification?
Sometimes things happen in life and your decree needs to be modified for various reasons. At The Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger, we have had countless divorce decrees modified to make it where our clients can realistically comply with Court Orders. If you need a divorce modification, Call us today at (251) 928-5588 or email us at email@example.com.
Termination of Parental Rights
Has the mother or father of your child been a non-existent part of your child’s life? Is he or she a great danger to their safety and welfare? Would you rather just raise your children without their involvement, or the threat of their involvement? If so, you may want to file for a Termination of Parental Rights (TPR). At The Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger, we have helped countless clients have the parental rights of their ex terminated and would love to set up a consultation to see if this would be appropriate in your situation as well. Call us today at (251) 928-5588 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grandparent Visitation Rights
Are you a grandparent with a broken relationship with your son or daughter? Are they withholding the grandchildren from you as retribution? Would you like to see them more?
In the State of Alabama, the laws presume that it is in the best interest of children to have regular contact with their Grandparents if it can be shown that it is harmful for them to not see their Grandparents. At The Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger, we have helped a multitude of Grandparents acquire regular visitation with their Grandchildren and would love to help you start to rebuild that generational connection that is so important to you and your family. Call us today at (251) 928-5588 or email us at email@example.com.
Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements
Unfortunately, marriages are not always “till death do us part”. If you are engaged to be married or have recently been married, it may not be a bad idea to take precautions so that if things do not work out as you and your future spouse hope, you will be able to eliminate the time, costs, and headaches of divorce litigation.
At The Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger, we can assist you in taking the precautions needed to avoid the unpleasant situation of fighting with your spouse about every asset, liability, pot and pan. Call us today at (251) 928-5588 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you and your spouse currently having marriage problems? Do you love them and want your marriage to work out but are at the point where you feel like it may be a good idea to separate for a while? You are not confident that it’s going to work but you’re not ready to completely give up on your marriage yet? It may be a good idea to have an experienced domestic relations attorney draft up a separation agreement that will lay out the terms of the separation and the terms of the divorce if the separation does not work out as you both hope.
At The Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger, we have drafted countless separation agreements that have ultimately made things much easier on divorcing couples. Call us today at (251) 928-5588 or email us at email@example.com.
The Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger
22811 U.S. Hwy 98
Fairhope, AL 36532