Compassionate Legal Guidance through the Divorce Process
In the mix of emotions that come along with deciding to get divorced, it's not uncommon to forget that this is a time when you need to be focused more on your future than your past.
The decisions you make in the coming months will shape your life for years.
When you begin the divorce process, you have legal rights and personal goals. Your divorce lawyer will work to ensure your rights are protected and that your personal goals guide the negotiation process.
I'm divorce attorney Susan Kirwan. After almost 10 years of helping clients reach divorce and property settlement agreements, I have seen how the rigid pursuit of a specific outcome can have long-term negative consequences. I help my clients consider all their options and the strategies we might use to accomplish their goals.
My goal is to help you find an outcome that will be acceptable for you now as well as in the future. For example:
At my law office, I work with clients who are taking their divorce and property division case to Maryland family law court, but I also support clients who want to use mediation.
Mediation and litigation are not mutually exclusive. You may reach agreement on most issues using mediation, but then need to go before the family court judge for other issues. You can count on me to be your strongest advocate in whatever process you choose to use.
I invite you to contact my Baltimore, Maryland law office to schedule a free half-hour consultation. I look forward to providing you with the dedicated legal representation you need in order to reach a positive divorce settlement agreement.
Susan Kirwan, Attorney at Law
210 East Lexington Street, Suite 105
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