Every case and person are different as far as their individual situation, as well as their temporary and permanent goals. We treat each case differently depending upon the facts of the particular case and the client's individual situation goals.
Schlitzkus Law regularly handles divorces including cases that involve medium to high net worth clients, spousal support, valuable assets, businesses and business interests, complicated property distributions including retirement and investment accounts, complex real estate challenges, convoluted custody issues, relocation issues, child abduction, child abandonment, child support, parental rights and parental alienation cases.
Planning for your divorce is valuable, but it is especially valuable when one party makes substantially more or less money than the other. Planning for your divorce can affect the outcome. Before filing for divorce, we can help you protect yourself, your assets and your family by getting the information you need in order to help make a plan that will aid in a better result.
If your goal is to keep the process amicable , we want to honor your wishes. We draft customized Marital Property Settlement Agreements and customized Parenting Plans and Time-Sharing Plans to attempt to resolve issues as swiftly and as inexpensively as possible. Talk to us about the different ways we may use to attempt to resolve your case quickly.
In some circumstances neither party will be able to come to an agreement and litigation will be necessary . We are here to protect you, protect your assets and protect your family,
Even when it is expected that some or all issues will be contested, when appropriate for the case, we will give you the option to immediately propose a customized Marital Property Settlement Agreement (with customized Parenting and Time-sharing Plan, where needed) to present to the other party.
We are skilled at handling complex property division matters so that you receive your fair share of the assets.
Every case and person are different as far as their individual situation, as well as their temporary and permanent goals. We treat each case differently depending upon the facts of the particular case and the client's individual situation and goals. Modification cases and relocation cases tend to be more complicated than original actions.
Did you know that if a parent wishes to relocate they must file a petition to relocate and serve it upon the other person entitled to time-sharing with the child? The Court will look to a multitude of factors to determine if your relocation is in the best interest of the child(ren) involved. To find out if you are subject to this rule and how to proceed if you wish to relocate temporarily or permanently, contact us to determine your rights and obligations.
In order to obtain a modification of your parenting or time-sharing plan, we must be able to prove that a "substantial , material, unanticipated change in circumstances " has occurred since entry of the last final judgment. With our experience, we can tell you whether we believe you have the facts necessary to support a request for modification. If you do not have the facts necessary to support a modification we may be able to help you plan to build your case.
In order to obtain a modification of child support, you must prove that a substantial change of circumstances has occurred.
The child support guidelines themselves provide a substantial change in circumstances when the difference between the existing monthly obligation and the amount provided for under the guidelines, based on the current incomes of the parties, differs by at least 15% or $50.
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