- Are you married and want a divorce?
- Do you want to proceed with an uncontested divorce?
- Do you want to consult with a lawyer to prepare your divorce?
- Do you have questions about the terms of the divorce: family residence? Child custody? Alimony? Common debts? Division of assets? Specificities of matrimonial property regimes?
- What are the first steps to perform during a divorce?
- Do you want to know what the best legal strategy is to defend your best interests?
- What are the legal consequences of a divorce?
- On what grounds can a couple divorce?
A lawyer will help you put in place a strategy to help you to protect your interests and defend your rights.
During your first consultation, an attorney will listen to assess your situation, and discuss with you the different legal options that are available to you. A divorce must address the following three issues: the children (custody of children, the right of access to the children), financial support (child support to you or your former spouse), the question of what you have in common (family residence, partition of family patrimony, debts, property in co-ownership, question of property acquired before or after the marriage).
Your lawyer will explain the different stages of the process leading to the divorce judgment. He will advise you on the first actions to take before even the pronouncement of divorce: safeguard orders and motions for ancillary and corollary measures.
Safeguard orders and motions for ancillary and corollary measures can be taken to the following topics: (right of access to children) childcare, support for you or your children, right of use (home, furniture, apartment), measures to ensure your safety, and so on.
Throughout the process of your divorce, your lawyer is at your side to defend your interests to the highest degree.