Termination of marriage has changed in recent decades as society has changed. Women have greater economic power and opportunity than ever and men participate more than ever in the raising of their children.
For those individuals who are able to put aside the differences that have developed between them, and work toward fairly divide their assets and liabilities, as well as what would be in their children’s best interest, if applicable, can resolve their issues by way of dissolution.
A dissolution is an agreement between the parties to end their marriage, divide their assets and liabilities, take care of their children, move forward with their respective lives being able to communicate with each other if and when it is necessary. As opposed to the months and possibly years it may take to terminate their marriage by way of divorce, a dissolution will be set for hearing within thirty-one and forty-five days after filing.
Changes such as these make it important for you to be clear about your divorce objectives. At the Law Offices Of Gump & Deal, our attorneys educate clients about all their options and possibilities so you can seek what is right for you and your children.
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