Augusta Area Divorce Lawyer
When divorce is on the horizon for any couple, there are many details to work out. Sometimes emotional roadblocks can prevent the successful and amicable resolution of conflicts. Having an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer on your side can make a big difference. An Augusta divorce attorney can provide accurate and invaluable information and advice to protect your rights and your assets.
For representation you can rely on, the law office of Cara Sprouse Rowe, Attorney at Law, is there. We represent clients in Augusta, Columbia County and the surrounding Georgia areas.
Divorce is the process of legally ending a marriage. During the divorce process, issues presented to a couple, first is it uncontested or contested divorce ?
Other issues include:
- Child custody and parenting time
- Child support
- Spousal support/alimony
- Division of assets
- Division of debts
- The marital home
- Retirement accounts and pensions
- Military Divorces
Qualified Domestic Relations Orders are merely a way to move 401k or similar tax deferred money from one spouse to another in divorce cases. The transfer of funds must be stated in the Final Decree; however the QDRO can only be processed after the Final Decree has been issued. Our law firm has been preparing QDRO’s for over a decade with a mission for fast and smooth transfer of retirement assets.
When you first meet with the firm’s attorney, Cara Sprouse Rowe, she will explain the process and discuss different options. Then we will begin building your case as we gather information from you about your situation.
How the above issues are decided depends entirely on each unique situation. For example, factors such as adultery, domestic violence or cruel treatment could be considered in deciding how to divide marital assets. Or, debts can be allocated depending on each spouse’s spending patterns if we can provide supporting evidence.
Tailoring Our Approach to the Needs of You and Your Family
Cara Sprouse Rowe has extensive trial experience and is always prepared to fight with tenacity for your rights and the rights of your children in court. First and foremost, she helps clients do what is best for the family unit, especially when there are children involved.
Not every situation requires hard-nosed litigation. We will attempt to negotiate or mediate a settlement and often this method proves successful. Ms. Rowe knows the system well and will quickly adjust her approach if this fails. At our law firm, we value our clients’ objectives and will do as much as possible to protect their interests.