Why Work With Lisa?

Going through a divorce is almost never easy. Many legal questions and concerns will arise, especially in cases where minor children or complicated financial holdings are involved. You will undoubtedly be faced with tough decisions about the issues surrounding your divorce, from who will remain in the family home to custody issues concerning children and more. Having to negotiate these emotionally-charged decisions with your soon-to-be ex-spouse may be extremely difficult, especially at a time when you may be overwhelmed by doubt, confusion, resentment, anger, or fear and when communication with your spouse is painful, demanding, or challenging, at best.

Dealing with the legal system can be an intimidating prospect; you may have little experience with the relevant laws, family courts, and their procedures. You will want to ensure that you understand your legal rights, your legal options or alternatives, and what the short-term and long-range implications of your divorce arrangements will be. After all, what is decided and ordered by the family court today will affect you, your children, your finances, and other aspects of your life for a long time. To save yourself the stress and expense of having to return to court another day, you will want to ensure that the fairest, most effective arrangements have been made in your current Separation Agreement.