Divorce Solutions Backed By Decades Of Family Law Experience
Getting a divorce comes with considerable stress and worries about the future. If left to your own imagination, you could easily catastrophize about worst-case scenarios. At a time like this, the best thing to do is discuss your options with an experienced family law attorney who can calm your fears and help you see possibilities. With more than 30 years’ experience, clients throughout Alabama can rely on Lusk Law Firm, LLC, for calm reassurance and experienced legal guidance.
Our firm’s founder, Robert Lusk, starts by listening to your concerns. He then takes the time to explain relevant law and the range of outcomes you can expect. Finally, he will make recommendations for the best way to proceed based on your goals and the facts of your case. At all times, he keeps your interests front and center.
Far-Reaching Divorce Experience And Knowledge
Our firm helps clients through divorce with compassion and skill. Our offerings include help with:
- Contested divorce proceedings
- Mediated divorce (Mr. Lusk is a registered mediator)
- Uncontested divorce
- Legal separation
- Joint property division and property valuations
- Child custody matters
- Spousal Maintenance (alimony)
Mobile divorce attorney Robert Lusk is ready to help any client with the unique circumstances they face in divorce, including clients leaving same-sex marriages. His wide-ranging legal experience makes him equally effective in mediation or litigation.
Do You Have To List Fault In A Divorce?
Every state now offers no-fault divorce, and most couples choose this option because it tends to be less contentious. Rather than alleging fault, you can simply cite “irreconcilable differences.” In certain cases, there may be reasons to cite fault grounds such as adultery, abandonment, or mental or physical cruelty. But we can decide this after discussing your full list of options and goals.
Seeking Legal Separation
Getting divorced isn’t a quick or easy decision, and couples may want to try being separated first. But during that period, bills still need to be paid and children still need to have their needs met. Filing for legal separation is an important way to make financial arrangements for things like child support and spousal support while living apart. After separation is granted, you have the option to reconcile, and you remain married until or unless you file for and complete divorce.
Questions About Your Options? Contact Us For Answers.
Lusk Law Firm provides fair and forward-thinking divorce solutions to clients throughout Alabama. For your convenience, we have office locations in Mobile and Fairhope. To schedule your initial consultation with a caring and experienced attorney, call 251-471-8017 or fill out our online contact form.