Divorce Impacts The Most Important Areas Of Your Life

If your marriage is coming to an end, it can be difficult to know where to turn. You know that your divorce could dramatically impact your living arrangements, your finances and the time you spend with your children. With so much on the line, it is critical to have a lawyer on your side that can provide immediate answers tailored to your specific situation.

Call our Elk River, Minnesota, divorce lawyer at 763-575-7911 for a free consultation.

At Two Rivers Law P.A., we have 10 years of experience representing individuals in Elk River and Anoka and throughout the northwest suburbs in a range of divorce and family law matters. We find the compromises that help you get through the divorce as quickly and inexpensively as possible, and aggressively litigate the matters where compromise is not possible.

High-Asset Divorce Involving Complex Property Issues

For individuals with substantial assets such as those over age 50 going through a late life divorce, a divorce will have major financial consequences. Attorney David Cox has a business background, which allows him to understand the complex financial issues surrounding family-owned businesses, diversified investments and real estate. We educate our clients about the short- and long-term impacts of their decisions, helping to ensure that they don't make decisions that might cost them heavily in the future.

Answers To Address Your Divorce Questions

Uncontested divorce can be the most cost-effective way to dissolve a marriage and have an affordable divorce, but couples must agree on all factors for it to work. If you are considering an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse must discuss and agree on the following items:

  • Who will stay in the house
  • How debt and assets will be divided
  • A parenting plan, including custody and visitation
  • Whether spousal maintenance (also called alimony) will be paid, and if so, how much

If you contact us with these decisions already made, we can create a divorce decree that will help minimize future conflict.

Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation

During your free initial consultation, we will identify the issues you face and discuss how to help you move forward as efficiently as possible. Learn more about your options by completing our online contact form or calling 763-575-7911.