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We handle all divorce issues including child custody, alimony, asset, and debt division.
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LOWERING THE IMPACT OF DIVORCE ON CHILDREN
For most married couples, their children represent the most precious thing shared — and the most joyful aspect of their life together. But when a divorce becomes inevitable, how do you separate without causing undue harm to any children? It is also a challenging time of transition that can negatively impact virtually every area of life: emotional, psychological, and physical health; domestic; parental; financial; social; vocational; and more.
At Crosson Richetti & Daigle LLC, we understand the importance of protecting your children in a divorce. Representing clients in Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, and the surrounding areas, we help clients through all child-related divorce matters.
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AGGRESSIVELY PROTECTING WHAT IS IMPORTANT
Having the right attorney from the start to protect your family, finances, and assets makes a huge difference. At Crosson Richetti & Daigle LLC, we stand by our mission, and help secure all that is important to you. We have experience in high-asset martial dissolution, division of martial property, visitation and custody, spousal and child support, contempt, appeals, business valuation, post judgment modification, restraining orders, and all other family law related issues.
PROTECTING YOUR CHILDREN
Divorce is a significant event in the lives of adults, but more so for your children. It is something that becomes a part of them for the rest of their lives. If and when custody or child support disputes occur our knowledgeable attorneys know exactly what to do while keeping the children protected during this challenging time. We are committed to minimizing the impact of divorce on your loved ones. We strive to unburden you and your family of the stress during your divorce through frequent communication.
UNDERSTANDING THE DIVORCE PROCESS
Like snowflakes, no two divorces are identical. Every marital breakup has its own unique legal, financial, emotional, and/or parenting issues. This may require creative, outside-the-box solutions for the parties to reach agreement. In divorce, one size definitely does not fit all. However, every divorce undergoes the same general journey from initiation to closure. Where you and your spouse make this journey slowly or quickly, expensively or inexpensively, stressfully or peacefully is up to you. But, destination is always the same; from shared to separate lives. We can help every step of your unique path come to the resolution you are looking for.
GOOD TO REMEMBER: KEEP THE CHILDREN’S BEST INTEREST TOP OF MIND
We can help with legal issues involving:
There is a range of options and creative solutions for creating a child custody arrangement. We can help you work out an arrangement that will be favorable for you, protect your child’s interests and be manageable for the long-term. We are passionate about getting the child custody results you are looking for, and can walk you through this process.
If you or your ex-spouse wants to move out of the area, it will have an impact on the child custody and support arrangements. We help clients obtain post-divorce modifications or contest modifications to allow for one of the parents to move a child out of the area.
The determination of child support is another important child-related issue in divorce. The final child support determination will influence and be influenced by other aspects of the divorce, including child custody, division of assets and spousal maintenance. We can help you coordinate all aspects of the divorce to make sure the child support determination is equitable.
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