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Personal rights and best interests: Two main focuses of divorce

Whether you've been married for three or more decades, or have yet to reach your tenth anniversary, if you and your spouse have determined it's time to go your separate ways, you may be searching for answers to many questions. If you have never before gone through divorce, you might be worried about things like finances, property division or whether you will have full custody of your children. Kentucky law, as all other states, contains various guidelines regarding such matters.

It's understandable you want to protect your rights and keep the best interests of your children at heart as you make plans to enter a new lifestyle. Especially if you have particular needs regarding financial support or custody-related issues, you might find the process less stressful if you seek assistance from an experienced family law attorney. As your advocate in court, an attorney can help you obtain an outcome that best suits your needs and helps accomplish your goals.

Many people find legal terminology pertaining to divorce quite confusing. For instance, some parents need help understanding the difference between physical and legal custody of children. Others aren't sure if they can request child support if they themselves have means for regular income.

Whether you are merely considering divorce as an option and have questions regarding the law, or are already involved in the process and are facing particular challenges, obtaining positive results often hinges upon experienced guidance. By relying on skilled representation, you can protect your rights and ensure that your children's best interests are a main priority. The Law Office of Todd K. Bolus, PLLC provides compassionate and effective representation in all aspects of the divorce process in Kentucky and is prepared to negotiate or litigate on your behalf as needed.