Burlington, Iowa, Divorce Lawyer
Individuals who are going through a divorce have an abundance of questions that only an experienced family law attorney can answer for them. At Robberts & Kirkman, L.L.L.P. in Burlington, Iowa, we have assisted our clients for over eight years with answers to tough questions about the following family law matters:
Our office will work diligently to help you achieve the resolution you need to move forward with your life. Experts may be retained as necessary to assist with establishment of spousal support [alimony], division or valuation of assets, or in child custody matters. Spousal support may be necessary on a temporary basis until a spouse is able to enter the workforce or to support a spouse during the difficult time of separation. In certain situations, depending on various factors involved, permanent spousal support should be awarded. Business valuation experts may be retained as a thorough investigation is necessary to value many privately-held businesses in order that an equitable division of assets can occur. Child custody issues often require counseling or a professional assessment to show why your child should be in your care. In each situation, we strive to find both a temporary and permanent solution.
We are prepared to settle your case, if possible, through negotiation, but if we are unable to reach an agreement to your satisfaction, we are prepared to aggressively take your case to court. Our divorce lawyer will always act under your direction and with your best interests and goals in mind.
Contact us to schedule a consultation to discuss your divorce and child custody issues with a family law attorney. For your convenience, we offer flexible hours by appointment.
Robberts & Kirkman, L.L.L.P., in Burlington, Iowa, represents clients throughout Iowa, including Des Moines County, Louisa County, Lee County, Henry County, and the communities of Burlington, Keokuk, Fort Madison, Mount Pleasant, and surrounding areas.
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