A Sound Louisville Divorce Strategy Should Involve Give and Take

A Sound Louisville Divorce Strategy Should Involve Give and Take

A sound Louisville divorce strategy should involve give and take and a sound understanding that family law cases are in most situations rarely a “win” or “lose” proposition. There are absolutely specific issues and positions which cannot be negotiable and the divorce and family law attorneys at Dodd & Dodd have a proven track record of protecting our client’s interests …

Difference Between a Contested Divorce and an Uncontested Divorce KY

What is the Difference Between a Contested Divorce and an Uncontested Divorce in Louisville?

What is the difference between a contested divorce and an uncontested divorce in Louisville? An uncontested divorce, often called a dissolution, can occur when the parties have reached agreement upon every issue associated with their divorce. A Family Court Judge cannot grant a divorce unless and until every relevant issue is completely resolved. This includes, but is not limited to: …

Why Is the Settlement Agreement Important in a Louisville Divorce Case

Is The Settlement Agreement Important in a Louisville Divorce?

What is a “Settlement Agreement” and is the Settlement Agreement important in a Louisville divorce case? The Settlement Agreement is a written document which captures and memorializes (preserves, thoroughly describes) any agreement(s) reached between former spouses or domestic partners who are separating or divorcing. What makes the Settlement Agreement important in a Louisville divorce is the way it serves as …

Is Divorce Mediation an Option for You - Louisville Divorce and Family Law

Is Divorce Mediation an Option for You?

Is divorce mediation an option for you and your unique circumstances? When should you consider mediation in a Louisville divorce? Your divorce will come down to the ability for you and your former spouse to resolve every issue where there is presently disagreement. Your divorce cannot be completed until every issue associated with the Separation Agreement is completely resolved. If …