Divorce is a serious transition point that affects men and women in all walks of life. This critical point can go smoothly or be the most emotionally taxing endeavor an individual will ever go through – it all depends on how it is handled. It is crucial to partner with a divorce attorney who will advocate for you and your loved ones.
At Selleck Legal, PLLC, we take a comprehensive approach to resolving divorce and related family law issues in Southeast Michigan. Whether through negotiation or litigation, we are equipped to protect your legal interest and achieve an outcome that is in the best interest of you and your children.
Divorce Lawyers Representing Clients With Integrity
Our attentive service sets us apart; you will always have access to your divorce attorney and work with the same professionals throughout your divorce. We will thoroughly review the details of your case to safeguard your best interests in all aspects of your divorce, including issues such as:
Suppose you have reached a basic agreement with your spouse or do not have major differences over children’s issues and property issues. In that case, a divorce attorney can guide you through an uncontested divorce and avoid the financial and emotional costs of going to court.
However, we understand that many couples cannot come to a workable agreement through peaceful means. Stacey Selleck is a strong divorce lawyer who will aggressively advocate for you at trial if a settlement cannot be reached.
Learn more in a free consultation—contact our divorce attorneys today.
Divorce is often portrayed in our culture as being a long, treacherous legal battle that frequently ends in undesirable results for everyone involved. However, it is not always necessary for divorcing spouses to have to fight tooth and nail before a family court judge to obtain a favorable divorce settlement.
Couples usually find that settling their differences amicably through negotiation or mediation allows them to retain a stronger voice in the outcome.
As a Plymouth, MI law firm, our divorce lawyers draw on substantial experience in Michigan’s family court to guide individuals through the divorce process outside of court. We know that many people may not be aware that options other than a court battle are available.
We also know that individuals may have questions about alternatives to a litigated divorce. Below, we have compiled a short list of common questions people may have about divorce.
My soon-to-be ex and I have divorce disputes. Can we still engage in an amicable divorce?
You may not agree on every issue at the outset. Amicable divorces do not necessarily have to involve uncontested issues. The goal is to empower the parties to reach reasonable solutions through a negotiated process. Because the divorcing spouses are involved — with their attorneys — in resolving disputes without litigation before a judge, the parties retain more control over the outcome.
Does my divorce attorney still advocate for me, even if my divorce is not being litigated in court?
Yes, your family attorney remains by your side as an advocate who will safeguard your rights and best interests, while allowing you and your ex to find personalized solutions that meet your goals.
What benefits are there to settling divorce and family law differences out of court?
When divorcing spouses turn to alternatives to litigation to resolve their differences, they retain more of a voice than presenting facts and legal arguments to a judge. There is more flexibility in a negotiated, amicable settlement.
Most people find the amicable process less stressful, less costly, and more tailored than a final decision handed down from the court.
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To arrange a free initial consultation with attorney Stacey L. Selleck, call 734-729-4459 or send us an email now. We respond promptly to after-hours and overnight messages.
Our lawyer represents individuals throughout Wayne, Oakland and surrounding counties in Michigan, including clients who live in Plymouth, Westland and Livonia.