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Defend Your Best Interests And Future In A Divorce

No one expects to get a divorce when they get married, which means that very few people have the knowledge necessary to protect themselves when they are facing a divorce. If you are in this situation, you need some early questions answered fast, and you need to take action to protect yourself.

At The Law Office of Marvin Knorr & Associates, our attorneys know what is at stake in a divorce, and they know what you should and should not do to prepare yourself for yours. Our Kentucky lawyers are dedicated to the well-being of all our clients throughout the northern Kentucky area, and they are eager to help protect you and your family in your divorce.

What You Should Know About A Divorce

One of the worst things that you can do in your divorce is play things by ear and take on your divorce alone. Some of the essential guidance our team can offer you includes:

  • Why you need a lawyer in your divorce: Even in an uncontested divorce, you may agree to something in your property division or custody agreement that is far worse than you deserve. Our team can help identify and protect your best interests.
  • How long a divorce takes: For middle-class families, a divorce typically takes between 60 and 90 days. If a divorce is especially conflicted, it may take longer.
  • How you can file for divorce: Any Kentucky citizen of at least 180 days may file for a divorce in our state. A contested divorce also requires a document called a petition for dissolution of marriage as well as supporting documents. We can help you gather what you need if you are looking to file for divorce.

No matter what side of the divorce you are on, and regardless of whether your divorce is contested, our lawyers can help you protect what matters most to you and your children. They care about your future as much as you do, and they want to be the ones to help you protect it.

Begin Your Case Today

Now is always the best time to reach out if you are facing a divorce. You can contact our office in Covington by calling 859-495-1857 or emailing us here. Schedule your initial consultation to see how our attorneys can craft a custom-tailored approach for your future today.