Grand Haven Divorce Lawyers
The process of divorce can be one of the most stressful and difficult times in your life. Detangling your life from your spouse can feel overwhelming, but you do not need to go through this alone. The experienced divorce attorneys at the Van Den Heuvel Law Office have been advocating for our clients navigating divorce in the Grand Haven since 1992 and are prepared to offer you a wide range of legal services to help you through your divorce. Call the office or contact us today to learn more.
Getting Our Clients What They Deserve
At the Van Den Heuvel Law Office, we understand that the outcome of divorce negotiations can impact the rest of your life as well as that of your family. We zealously advocate for our clients on all divorce matters, including the following common issues:
- Property Distribution: Michigan is an equitable division state, which means that each spouse is given an equitable, but not necessarily equal, portion of the marital estate. We will zealously advocate for the assets you deserve and fight against any debts that belong to your spouse. Depending on the financial situation of the marital estate, you may be entitled to more than half and our office makes the best arguments to get you what you are owed.
- Alimony: Alimony payments are meant to help the lesser-earning spouse as she gains financial independence, but changes to the federal tax code have made spousal support less incentivizing to the paying spouse. We will review your spouse’s financial situation with a team of experts in order to get you the money you need or ensure that you only pay what is equitable following the divorce.
- Child Custody and Visitation: Determining child custody and visitation rights is often the single most difficult aspect of a divorce, but our office will aggressively advocate for your rights to your child. We will negotiate for custody or seek as much visitation time as possible for you and your child, keeping their best interests in mind during this time.
- Child Support: A child’s standard of living should not change simply because their parents are getting a divorce, but determining the proper amount of child support can be a difficult calculation to make. Our office ensures that the noncustodial parent pays the proper amount of child support in order to maintain the same level of care as before.
To learn more about how our office can help you navigate your Michigan divorce case, call or contact our office today.
Talk to Our Office Now
Filing for divorce is one of the most emotionally fraught and complicated times in your life and the lives of your loved ones, but the Van Den Heuvel Law Office is here to shoulder the burden of the legal case so that you do not have to. Call the office or contact us today to schedule a free consultation of your case with one of our knowledgeable divorce attorneys in the Grand Haven area.