Divorce and Legal Separation
in West Virginia
Divorce Lawyers Offering Representation in Charleston & Lewisburg, WV
Families change all the time; however, ending a marriage through divorce can be a difficult process even in the best circumstances. When there are other issues or arguments, these can add to the discord and amount of work needed to mediate and settle the various issues that exist or arise during a legal separation or divorce. There may be assets and children involved, which can add to the stress, trauma, and sense of loss for all involved. The attorneys of Stroebel & Johnson PLLC recognize these situations can be unique, so we serve clients with representation from two convenient offices in Charleston and Lewisburg. Call Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC at (304) 553-0660 in Charleston, or (304) 520-0832 in Lewisburg, or contact us online to schedule a free consultation today.
Protect Yourself, Your Children, and Other Assets in Divorce Matters
In order to protect yourself, your assets, and your children, you need the knowledge and experience of Stroebel & Johnson divorce lawyers by your side. Our attorneys are proactive in knowing how to handle divorce matters with sensitivity for all concerned. At the same time, we are aggressive enough to protect your rights while you get everything you deserve and to which you are entitled under the law.
Dividing Assets, Finances, and Child Custody and Support
When it comes to such things as dividing assets and finances, child custody and support, or any other form of negotiation in a divorce situation, having the advice of a trusted attorney can be invaluable. There can be many extenuating factors to consider, such as when spouses or family members are in business together, have joint pensions or retirement plans, or need to work out parental custody and visitation schedules about the children in a way that is fair.
Discuss Advantages of Collaboration to Save on Court Costs
Be sure to contact our trusted divorce lawyers to review the specifics of your divorce proceeding and what you need to do. There may be ways of handling the matter collaboratively that are less expensive than litigation, depending on the aspects of the case.
Payment for handling divorce matters is required in advance, and we do accept credit cards.