Divorce Attorney In Louisville KY
All divorces are emotionally draining, even when the parties agree on the issues. If you are facing a divorce, no matter how tense or how amicable, you want to work with a lawyer who understands the legal, financial, and emotional consequences—someone who can help you make clear decisions during an emotionally fraught situation.
At the Tibbs Law Office in Louisville, our attorney and staff know that going through a divorce is not easy. We will strive to make the process as smooth as possible for you. We will thoroughly explain your options and the pros and cons of each one so you can make informed decisions, and we will represent you from filing of the petition or response to any petitions, mediations, litigation, trial, and post-trial matters.
If you are going through a divorce in the Louisville area, reach out to Tibbs Law Office to get the assistance you need.
Expert Handling of Louisville Divorce Cases
Attorney Tibbs has ample experience in the family court system in Jefferson Courts, and he knows the best ways to ensure that his clients get the most positive results possible. In addition to his legal expertise, however, Tibbs is known for his empathetic approach. His warm, approachable nature helps him get to know his clients’ needs and goals, helping them navigate legal and emotional complexities with grace and clarity.
In many cases, divorce proceedings can be addressed with some fairly simple mediation and negotiation—but even so, Attorney Tibbs puts in a lot of due diligence, building a strong case for his client to ensure they have the best possible position from which to negotiate. Beyond that, Attorney Tibbs provides guidance in filing pleadings, representing you in hearings for Family Court proceedings, and beyond.
What’s more, Tibbs Law Office has experience handling family law cases of all kinds, from DVO, custody disputes, CPS, DNA, high-asset divorce, and even divorces involving business appraisals. Whether you simply need to file a divorce or you have a complex litigation involving child custody arrangements, we’re here to advise and to defend you.
Splitting your Assets Equitably
Marital property is divided according to equitable distribution law. Under equitable distribution, marital assets are split in a manner the court deems fair; this may not mean an equal division. We will explain which of your assets are marital property and which are separate property. Attorney Tibbs will argue for a distribution of the marital assets that is fair to you. He can assist you with simple and complex assets.
Under Kentucky law, either party may be awarded spousal maintenance/alimony. Typically, spousal maintenance is awarded on a temporary basis until the party receiving it is able to support him or herself. There are exceptions, however. We can discuss them with you if necessary.
Settle Your Divorce with the Help of Tibbs Law
Nobody ever plans for their marriage to end in divorce—yet if a divorce is something you need to go through, we’re here to help you, and to guide you through all the legal and financial implications.
Tibbs Law Office is a trusted name in Louisville, and we have ample expertise representing our clients in divorce cases. To learn more about settling your divorce in the State of Kentucky, reach out to us today. Attorney Tibbs and his team are always ready to consult on divorce cases as needed.
Other Practice Areas
Specifically, Tibbs Law Office is proud to offer our expertise in the following areas:
- Uncontested and contested divorce
- Protecting assets during property division, including retirement accounts and IRAs
- High-asset divorce cases
- Custody and visitation
- Spousal maintenance/ alimony determinations and modifications
- Representation at divorce mediation
- Taking divorce cases to trial
- CPS and DNA cases
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