At Sammons, Olivero & Paraschos, we understand that divorce is a very difficult time for everyone involved. Our Huntington Divorce Lawyers are qualified professionals, well-versed in family law, that are capable of handling every divorce need you may have. Contact our law offices in Huntington, West Virginia, today for more information. Just call 304-522-7730.
In today’s modern world, divorce has become a common occurrence. And because every person is unique, so is every divorce. Our West Virginia lawyers understand that, and have the experience to quickly understand the issues involved and effectively guide you through all of the proceedings. We understand that the divorce may be a mutual agreement, or it could be contentious and require a more aggressive approach. Regardless of the situation, our team is professional and we will work to keep all proceedings calm while minimizing any drama. You can count on Sammons, Olivero & Paraschos for a personalized handling of your divorce.
Whether or not you and your spouse have children, pets, or property together, our team of divorce lawyers can help you negotiate and resolve all of the issues the may come up during the divorce process. Our Huntington Family Law Attorneys can help you with the following:
Child Custody/Visitation: If you and your spouse have children, the most important part of the proceedings will be protecting their interests. Our West Virginia Child Custody Lawyers will also protect your best interests as a parent. We will ensure that you get the custody that you want and deserve as a legal parent of the child. This may also be the most contentious part of a divorce, and our child custody lawyers understand that and are trained to mediate calmly while also making sure you, as our client, have your needs met by acting quickly and aggressively to make your needs clear.
Property Division: Divorce is often complicated by the fact that a couple may own a house together, as well as other items such as vehicles and land. If you and your spouse have purchased property or other assets together, our team of lawyers will assist you in dividing everything in an equitable manner.
Alimony: If you were financially dependent on your spouse or your spouse was dependent on you, one of you may be awarded alimony, which is also called spousal support. Our lawyers will help determine a fair amount.
Child Support: Whether you are concerned about receiving child support or you want to minimize your obligations, our Huntington lawyers are committed to you and will make sure to represent your best interests.
When you need someone to help you negotiate divorce proceedings in Huntington, WV, remember to call Sammons, Olivero & Paraschos for compassionate and professional service. For a free, confidential consultation, call an experienced West Virginia divorce lawyer today at: 304-522-7730.