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Divorce

 

At Kocinski Law Offices, LLC we help you to go through tough and stressful divorce time. When you are faced with a divorce, separation, child custody or support issues, or any other family law matter, you need a law firm that understands your situation, answers your questions honestly, and protects your rights.   Kocinski Law Offices, LLC can bring you the experienced lawyers you need during this challenging time. Our attorneys are compassionate and patient and will establish a firm stance in favor of your best interest.

If you are thinking about a divorce please contact us to schedule a consultation so one of our experienced divorce attorneys can help you achieve the best possible outcome for you.

 

Family Law 

Divorce

Legal Separation

Child Support

Paternity

Visitation

Removal

Maintenance 

Prenuptial Agreements

Postnuptial Agreements

Orders of Protection

Restraining Orders

Property Division

Division of Debt

Domestic Partnerships

What is a divorce?
A divorce is a legal proceeding by which a valid marriage is dissolved. During the divorce couple’s assets are divided, debts allocated, and custody of the children will be decided. After the divorce is finalized each person would be able to legally marry someone else. 
Please Contact Us (hyperlink to contact us form) to schedule a consultation so one of our experienced attorneys can help you to determine if divorce is an option for you.
How long does it take to get a divorce? 
It depends. If a couple does not have a lot of assets, and there are no disagreements between them, the divorce will usually proceed very quickly. In complex matters, however, it might take much longer. 
Please Contact Us (hyperlink to contact us form) to schedule a consultation so one of our experienced attorneys can help you to determine if divorce is an option for you.
What property will I get in a divorce?
Generally, a judge will divide the property acquired during the marriage equitably between both spouses. Usually, a property owned by one of the spouses before the marriage or received by inheritance or gift will be deemed a non-marital property and not subject to division. 
Please Contact Us (hyperlink to contact us form) to schedule a consultation so one of our experienced attorneys can help you to determine if divorce is an option for you.
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Personal injury means that a person has been injured either physically or psychologically because of wrongdoing or negligence of another person or a company
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Generally, the cases that include but are not limited to slip and fall, accidents, and more. 
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Do you offer a free case evaluation? 
Yes, our firm offers a free evaluation either by phone or personally. 
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How much will you charge me for representation? 
We usually represent a client on contingency basis. It means that we receive a percentage of the money recovered. 
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What is a divorce?

A divorce is a legal proceeding by which a valid marriage is dissolved. During the divorce couple’s assets are divided, debts allocated, and custody of the children will be decided. After the divorce is finalized each person would be able to legally marry someone else. 

 

How long does it take to get a divorce? 

It depends. If a couple does not have a lot of assets, and there are no disagreements between them, the divorce will usually proceed very quickly. In complex matters, however, it might take much longer. 

 

What property will I get in a divorce?

Generally, a judge will divide the property acquired during the marriage equitably between both spouses. Usually, a property owned by one of the spouses before the marriage or received by inheritance or gift will be deemed a non-marital property and not subject to division.