Just making the decision to get a divorce can be a painful and exhausting decision.  It can lead  to one of the most difficult experiences of a person’s life. All too often, divorce is emotionally stressful, financially taxing, and physically draining. At Duffee + Eitzen LLP, we understand the toll a divorce can take and we work tirelessly to shoulder as much of the burden as we can.  we will help guide you through each step of the divorce process. By taking the time to truly listen to, and understand, the things that are important to you, we will help protect what you value most. Whether you have a complex estate or just need a simple divorce, we will answer all of your questions and educate you about your legal rights, responsibilities, and options.

Unfortunately, children are heavily impacted by divorce. We will help minimize the stress you and your children feel during your divorce while ensuring your legal rights are protected. We recognize that, often times, a traditional, litigated divorce is not in the best interest of our clients or their families. We also know that the effects of litigation can cause strain on family relationships that linger well beyond the divorce process itself. That is why it is critical to have our experienced and compassionate attorneys on your side.

Here at Duffee + Eitzen LLP, we will attempt to settle your case out of court, in an amicable manner. Whether it’s a collaborative divorce, mediation, or an informal settlement process, our aim is to get you divorced as quickly and amicably as possible, while accomplishing your goals and protecting your family.

However, there are some situations that necessitate litigation. In those instances, you need an attorney that isn’t afraid to try your case. Our lawyers have the knowledge and the proven trial skills to help you achieve your legal goals. And while we can never predict a trial outcome, we can promise you that our trial preparation and performance are second-to-none.

We will also be here for you, in the years that follow the completion of your divorce case, to address any post-divorce modification issues you may have; such as child custody, child support, parenting time, parent relocations, visitation rights plus more.