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Living in Santa Rosa and Considering a Divorce?

If you are considering a divorce in Sonoma County, you may have already spoken to family members and friends about the pluses, minuses, options and alternatives, to your current marital situation.

There are many factors to consider. Each is unique and highly personal. The weight given to the material facts of YOUR possible divorce may differ from those of the friends and family members with whom you’ve consulted.

Possibly one of the most difficult yet warranted resource to turn to is an experienced and knowledgeable divorce lawyer who is able to provide the objectivity and knowledge that may have been lacking in your discussions with family and friends.

A divorce attorney can help bring to the surface the key points to consider in making your decision to move forward with a divorce, or on the other hand, provide the information to help with the decision to not move forward with a divorce. A divorce attorney can help you to decide the importance of these key points as they relate you your individual situation.

What is there to consider? Well, there are the statistical facts of the marriage such as the length of the marriage and if you have children. Some points to consider are, but not limited to, child custody, child visitation and child support, spousal support, property issues, community debts or obligations and more. Each one of these in and of themselves could be a vast topic for discussion and in time, will be explored on the pages of this forum.

Beck Law P.C. is located in Santa Rosa and offers an entire scope of divorce services to clients in Santa Rosa, Petaluma, Cotati, Rohnert Park, Sebastopol, Healdsburg, Sonoma, Kenwood, Glen Ellen, Windsor, Bodega Bay, Ukiah, Willits, Clearlake, Lakeport, Kelseyville and throughout Sonoma County, Mendocino County and Lake County.

Beck Law P.C. offers a no cost, no obligation initial consultation and can furnish the experience and knowledge to help guide you as you come to the decision to divorce or not divorce.

Making an appointment to meet with us is not a decision to file for divorce. It is merely an investment in exploring what options may or may not apply to your particular situation. Your visit to the Beck Law Offices is confidential, as is the information discussed. You can contact our office at 707-576-7175 or contact us online.

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