Franklin High Net Worth Divorce Lawyer
Coming to the divorce decree that is the most favorable is about pursuing what is best for your long-term goals and the best interests of your children. In nearly 20 years of guiding clients throughout middle Tennessee through the divorce process and fighting for their interests whenever necessary, I have always served my clients with integrity and diligence. If you are considering divorce, I will help you make an informed decision about what may be best for your particular situation, and I will help you consider the options available to you.
Protection of your rights, assets and children through the process is what is most important. As a Franklin high net worth divorce attorney, I can help you navigate the complex process and make the difficult decisions that must be made with confidence. I am experienced in the process of valuing assets and businesses; establishing my clients’ needs and goals in equitable distribution of property and other assets; and sculpting parenting plans that align with the complex needs of children and parents.
Tennessee requires that couples attend mediation before a trial date for divorce unless both parties and their attorneys believe that mediation will be futile and the court waives the requirement of mediation. As a Rule 31 Family Mediator certified by the Tennessee Supreme Court, I advocate for mediation if it will help us achieve an agreeable settlement. In mediation, you maintain control of the outcome of your case and have greater opportunity to reduce the financial and emotional costs of trial.
Pursuing The Strategy That Will Maximize Your Fair Resolution
There will be things that are difficult to agree on in divorce, especially concerning asset division, child custody and alimony/spousal support. The skills and experience of your lawyer combined with her understanding of your needs and goals will play a pivotal role in resolving these disputes efficiently and effectively. I will take your case to trial if agreements simply cannot be made, but I listen to my clients’ wishes in determining what is the best tactic and strategy for each individual case.
I will guide you through the process with several guiding principles:
- Number one, working in the best interests of your children
- Protecting your rights and interests in and out of court
- Safeguarding you from making decisions you might regret in the future
- Preparing you for possible modifications to agreements after the divorce decree is finalized
- Thorough evaluation of your assets, involving appropriate experts when necessary
- Focusing on crafting fair agreements