When you’re going through a divorce, the stakes are high and the emotional toll can be extreme. There’s depression with the realization that your marriage is over, and stress when you think about your marital home and assets being split up. There’s also uncertainty about your financial future, as you wonder how you’ll cope on a single income. Your lifestyle will change considerably, especially if you have children. The last thing you want to worry about is whether your rights are being protected throughout the divorce process.
At Benson & Associates, our divorce lawyers empathize with your situation. We’re committed to making you feel less helpless and more hopeful, by providing you with the information you need to make decisions regarding asset division, spousal support, and the needs of your children. You can trust our lawyers to face the difficult challenges, drawing upon our extensive legal backgrounds and experience in divorce cases.
You have the edge when you retain attorneys that possess the knowledge to fight for your rights and the compassion to understand your situation. Our skilled lawyers can offer advice and counsel on:
You can rely on our divorce lawyers for competent, knowledgeable representation throughout divorce proceedings, when in negotiations with your spouse or in court. We’re here to advocate on your behalf.
The experienced attorneys at Benson & Associates provide personalized representation for our valued clients in all types of divorce matters. If you’re discussing agreement on assets, alimony or issues involving children, we’ll guide you through the negotiations and drafting the necessary paperwork. If it’s necessary to bring certain issues before a judge, we’ll fight to protect your interests. Our lawyers have more than seven decades of combined experience in Michigan divorce law, and we’re dedicated to taking the stress out of the process. If you have questions about your situation, please call our Berkley, MI office at 248-357-3550. You can also visit our website to schedule a consultation regarding your case.
How did we do?
Note: Your review may be shared publicly.