When a couple has decided that divorce is the only answer, the challenges which lie ahead can seem overwhelming. You will be tasked with numerous legal issues all while dealing with intense and sometimes conflicting emotions. You don't have to go through this alone. If you and your spouse have endured irreconcilable differences, The Bill Connor Law Firm can provide the support and guidance you need to get through this challenging time as smoothly as possible. From the division of assets and debts to understanding child support and custody guidelines, Bill Connor can be a guiding voice in your time of need every step of the way. Whether you are seeking a resolution through arbitration or if litigation has become inevitable, you can be sure that our firm will do everything in its power to uphold your rights and protect your interests.


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How Long Will My Family Law Case Take?
The length of a family law case depends on several different factors and there is no simple answer to this question. When all parties can reach compromises quickly, the process can be relatively quick.


Will My Case Need to Go to Court?
Family law disputes can be deeply emotional events. However, when spouses are able to work together and reach an agreement through arbitration or mediation, a courtroom battle may not be needed. However, matters such as child custody, alimony, and the separation of assets must be settled before a divorce can be finalized. When spouses simply cannot agree, litigation may be the only answer. At Bill Connor Law Firm, we are here to ensure you understand your legal options.


Do I Need to Hire an Attorney?
Family law can be remarkably complicated, personal, and emotional. You need a lawyer who will lead you through the family law system, and ensure that your process goes as smoothly as possible, Bill Connor can help you reach a solution tailored to your individual needs.


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