Assisting With Joint Petition Divorces
For some couples, divorce is not a difficult experience. Both sides agree that it is best if they go their separate ways, and they have taken the time to address issues regarding custody of the children and the division of marital property. All they need is an attorney to help them prepare the necessary paperwork in order to finalize their specific wishes.
At Gibson Law Offices, we help couples draft joint petitions for divorce. With over two decades of experience in Kentucky family law, we have assisted many families throughout the Highlands and other communities in and around Louisville resolve their divorces in a peaceful and amicable manner.
Making Sure You Have What You Need To Move Forward
You and your spouse may have little to no experience with the divorce process. You may not know what documents you need to present to the court in order to ensure that the specific arrangements you create become the orders that enforce the terms of your divorce.
We work with you to review the particular situation present in your case, and discuss what we feel is necessary in order to have the court officially recognize the agreement that you and your spouse have created together. In many circumstances, our lawyer, Ken Gibson, is able to identify potential areas of concern, and can work with you to ensure that the agreements you create are comprehensive enough to possibly prevent problems from arising in the future.
In these cases, Ken is not serving as an attorney for either party. He is helping to draft the paperwork necessary for the divorce to be finalized. You may wish to consult your own attorney to ensure that you are protected by the terms of the agreement.
This sort of arrangement is not for everyone. You should not pursue this type of a solution just to put your divorce in the past. This will only cause problems for you later. We can explain all of this in detail during our consultation to determine if this is the right course of action for you and your spouse.
Schedule Your Free Consultation
If you would like to meet with us to discuss your joint petition for divorce, call our office at 502-403-2798 or send us an email using the contact form on our website.