Connecticut Divorce Attorney

Personal Service for Your Divorce

Divorce is a legal matter brimming with emotion and, often times, is compared to the emotions one would experience while grieving the loss of a loved one. Not only is divorce usually a difficult experience, it is also one that is always as unique as the individuals involved. It is important to find a lawyer who is versed in the complex issues that inevitably arise during this emotionally and financially difficult time. The divorce process involves the division of property, allocation of debts, alimony, child support, custody, and visitation.

The team of Connecticut divorce attorneys at Bauer Law Group, LLC strives to offer effective, attentive, and aggressive representation to every person who comes to us for help. We work tirelessly to craft agreements on all of the issues involved in a divorce, with the goal of helping our clients find the smoothest way possible through the process, such as through mediation or collaborative law. If an agreement cannot be reached, however, then we will be ready to litigate your case, aggressively and passionately.

Bauer Law Group, LLC Makes the Complex Process of Divorce Simple

Although divorce can be a complex process, it doesn't have to be something that is confusing to clients and their families. Here, at Bauer Law Group, LLC as family and matrimonial attorneys we aim to take the burden off of the client. We take the time to ensure that our clients understand what is going on through the entire process so that the client can make informed decisions about how to proceed. Bauer Law Group, LLC focuses on the details so the client does not have to. The attorneys at our firm take the client's thoughts, feelings and needs into consideration so at the end of an emotional process, the client is comfortable that they have had zealous advocacy and have reached the best outcome possible for their situation.

Whether you are dealing with a legal separation or divorce / dissolution, there are a number of legal considerations to be aware of when trying to reach a settlement agreement. The judge will not finalize the action until you and your spouse have reached agreements on these matters in a settlement out of court, or have litigated the case during a contested divorce. It is important to remember that even when an agreement is reached, it will never be a perfect agreement. All parties will need to make concessions to reach an outcome that everyone is comfortable with even if it does not include everything they wanted.

Contact a Connecticut Divorce Lawyer Now For A Consultation

A good agreement is one that is fair and reasonable - not perfect! This is particularly important to keep in mind when there are children involved, and the parents will continue to have a relationship in the shared experience of child rearing. We strive to ensure that our clients' interests are protected, while still keeping our eyes on the long term goal of helping our clients move forward from this situation into the next phase of their lives. Learn more about how we can help and get started on the process now by contacting us for an initial consultation.