Springfield Divorce Attorney
There is no “perfect” family situation. What works best for your family depends on the intricacies of your family’s lifestyle, culture and the personalities involved. We understand this, and when our clients come to us, we don’t apply a “one-size-fits-all” approach to their divorce.
At the Law Offices of Kimberly J. Lowry, LLC, we get to know your family’s unique circumstances and what you hope to achieve. We want a complete view of your family’s situation, so we can provide you with realistic solutions for your divorce.
Greene County High Asset Divorce Lawyer
Divorce can be complicated, especially when there are substantial assets – such as investment portfolios, real estate holdings and business interests – at stake. Our firm has more than 30 years of experience. We understand those issues. We know what our clients can expect to receive at trial which, in turn, can assist them when negotiating the best possible settlement.
Custody Determinations That Serve The Child’s Best Interest
We strive to provide a child custody situation that is in the best interests of the child. We evaluate our client’s family dynamics, and the issues involved, to determine a custody and visitation resolution that ensures children are happy and well-adjusted after divorce.
Springfield Divorce Lawyer Counsels Clients About Support Obligations
Spousal support is not an obsolete aspect of divorce, but it should not always be an expected part of divorce either. The court weighs a number of factors — including, but not limited to, the earning capacity of both spouses, length of the marriage and the reasonable expenses of both parties — in making support determinations. We give our clients a realistic view of whether they can expect to receive support from, or provide support to, a former spouse.
Our firm also assists our clients with child support. Child support determinations are not set in stone. Changes in careers, relationships and custody agreements modify how much support each parent is to provide. We have more than 30 years’ experience helping clients determine whether a support modification is necessary, and counseling our clients as to the types of life events that affect support obligations.
Contact Missouri attorney Kimberly J. Lowry for divorce assistance.