Columbia Divorce Attorney
Practical & Cost-Effective Family Law Solutions - Call (803) 994-8171
Without question, anyone who is thinking about a divorce or who has been
served with an action for divorce is very concerned at the outset. You
may wonder: "What will happen to my children and how will this affect
When possible, our Columbia divorce lawyers at Carrie A. Warner, Attorney
at Law will negotiate these issues or provide other creative means to
resolve problems to avoid a long, protracted battle in the court system.
However, in many cases, litigation is necessary and we can vigorously
protect our clients' interests at trial.
Talk to us about your divorce needs and goals during a
confidential case evaluation.
Assessing Your Needs, Meeting Your Goals
Our law firm can assist you with a wide variety of divorce concerns, including:
Simple divorce involves no disagreements, and the parties have pre-determined how they wish to
divide their assets and debts and have agreed on child custody and visitation.
Complex divorce/high net-worth divorce requires complex property division involving businesses interests, retirement
funds, and real estate, as well as matters involving child custody and
visitation, child support, and alimony.
Negotiated/mediated divorce is one in which we advise clients in negotiations or through the mediation
process, helping them to craft a resolution while avoiding litigation.
Why Settle? Learn the Benefits of Negotiation
The benefits of attempting to resolve your conflicts, when possible, through
negotiation at the beginning of the process are plentiful.
These benefits include:
- You get more control over the outcome of your case and don't leave
the decision to a judge.
- You can avert costly and protracted litigation in the court system.
- A quick and fair resolution to provide peace of mind.
We do not suggest that settlement is always the answer and to that end,
we fight vigorously to protect our client's interests, whether it
is inside or outside of court. Ultimately, our concern is for our clients.
If you consult with us, we can discuss your unique circumstances and help
you determine a legal strategy that will best serve your needs and those
of your family.
Call (803) 994-8171 or email us
today to find exceptional counsel.