Do you feel that your divorce situation is like no other? Are you fearful there is no way out? Are you hesitant to hire an attorney? Worried your life will be out of your control? Wondering who will work in your best interest? Who will explain the divorce process, the different scenarios of settlement vs. court, and the legal fees?
Answers to your questions may be as close by as the following case studies. Rosen Law Firm clients described below have all received new leases on their lives by choosing a firm that valued their individual needs and their particular circumstances.
A mother of two decided to use the collaborative process to end her marriage amicably and with a focus on the best interests of the children before her relationship with her husband deteriorated to the point of damaging their friendship and the wellbeing of their kids.
A 35-year-old father found himself in a relationship where he and his spouse had drifted apart and needed advice on what would happen during the separation and making sure that that his daughter still had both parents in her life.
A 37-year-old occupational therapist had been in an abusive marriage for three years. With a two-year-old son, and another baby on the way, she decided it was time to take her life back.
A 42-year-old woman with two adult daughters needed a great deal of guidance and support from a law firm when her husband suddenly began an affair and became abusive.
When faced with the realization that he needed to divorce his wife, a 40-year-old professional found Rosen Law Firm’s honesty, integrity, and values to be the right fit.
A 40-year-old corporate Vice President initially met with another law firm that took a “kill or be killed” approach to divorce…without ever asking him about his needs. He wanted a non-combative approach that would allow him and his wife to get legal guidance while maintaining a harmonious relationship in order to co-parent their 6 year old daughter…and found that at Rosen Law Firm.
A 47-year-old self-employed Certified Financial Planner hired Rosen Law Firm after his wife threatened to move to another state with his 4 and 6 year old sons.
A 56-year-old woman remarried after the death of her first husband only to separate after two short years because of abuse.
* A 52-year-old self-employed father of two turned to the legal services of Rosen Law Firm after initially proceeding through the separation and post separation support process with another attorney – and, in his words, getting “clobbered.”
When divorcing her husband of 27 years, a 51-year-old teacher’s assistant found that a Rosen Law Firm attorney protected her interests and gave strong emotional support at a price she could afford.
A 32-year-old mother of two separated from her husband of 10 years and turned to Rosen Law Firm for financial protection of her children and herself.
A 37-year-old pharmaceutical rep contacted Rosen Law Firm because he didn’t want to “give away the farm” after he and his wife of 4 years decided to separate.
After deciding to divorce her husband of 29 years, a 50-year-old professional woman with two grown children worked with Rosen Law Firm on her settlement and describes the process as “relatively painless.”
A recently laid off 58-year-old man with two grown children decided to end his marriage of thirty four years after experiencing many years of unhappiness.
A 28-year-old professional woman who had been married for 2 ½ years with no children, turned to Rosen Law Firm to secure equitable property distribution in her uncontested divorce.
A 47-year-old man with a 16-year-old and an 11-year-old daughter sought representation from Rosen Law Firm after his wife made false accusations.
When a middle-aged woman with grown children and grandchildren is suddenly faced with divorce after more than 30 years of marriage she knew where to turn. Rosen Law Firm’s “warm and sensitive approach” convinced her she was in the right place.
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