You’re Worth Fighting For

Get Through Your Divorce With Your Future Still Bright

Divorce may feel like the end of the world, but your sense of logic should reassure you that does not need to be the case. Getting through the emotional, practical and legal aspects of a divorce takes a lot out of anyone, but a new chapter of life can bring new opportunities as well. For your own sake and for the sake of your children, other family members and other people in your life, it is important to stay strong throughout the process as you forge a new way of life.

At Nolan, Mulford & DeLeeuw, you have the opportunity to work with lawyer Patrick Nolan, who has been through divorce himself and has the skills to move this challenging process forward for you. Remember: Nothing about a divorce is easy, but an experienced attorney can help you make the necessary decisions without spending your children’s inheritance on legal fees. We are convinced that you are worth fighting for – and we want you to remember that as we work together.

Areas Of Family Law That We Handle

Every divorce includes property division, and some involve spousal support, too. Child custody, parenting time and child support are topics that not only divorcing couples must face but also unmarried parents. A family law attorney who understands and has the necessary skills to help you through the process can be a valuable ally as you tackle these issues as well as other family law matters such as the following:

  • Paternity
  • Stepparent adoption and other forms of adoption
  • Grandparents’ rights
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
  • Modification and enforcement of court orders
  • High-asset and complex divorce
  • Military divorce

We welcome your inquiry at Nolan, Mulford & DeLeeuw if you are approaching divorce or facing other family law matters.

For The Reliable Guidance That You Need At This Difficult Time

Whether you believe your divorce is uncontested or you know there are areas of contention about the split, our law firm can meet your needs. We will never urge you to move forward with a divorce until it is a sure thing. On the other hand, if a separation has already taken place, we can help you plan for divorce even if the road ahead is unclear.

To request a thoughtful conversation with an experienced family law attorney in Kirksville, call 660-386-4622 or send an email inquiry. We look forward to speaking with you.