Legal Separation in Little Rock

Arizona Divorce Lawyer Helps Couples Legally Separate

Many couples fear that their marriage is in trouble, but do not want to get divorced. It is wise to consult with a skilled lawyer regarding legal separation once you have made this decision. Our Little Rock separation attorneys can guide you through the process.

A legal separation is a viable option in cases where parties are considering divorce. Many people think that it is simple to move apart and live separate lives while attempting to work through issues. Unfortunately, there are quite a few legal issues that need to be addressed, such as child custody, support, property and debt issues. At Worsham Law Firm, P.A., we understand all of the complications and obstacles that a couple might face when deciding on legal separation. Trust us to examine your situation and advise you on the best course of action.

How Divorce Planning Can Help You

Married couples who have separated or are considering divorce can benefit from divorce planning. When helping clients prepare for a divorce, we pay special attention to pre-divorce considerations. Our experience in family law litigation helps our clients see and prepare for situations that they might not have otherwise. What happens if your spouse changes the locks on the house? What happens if you are suspicious that your spouse might be trying to move assets? Our firm can walk you through these scenarios and help you build a plan.

Attorney Richard E. Worsham has spoken at Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminars on this topic. Our firm has learned to be proactive rather than let our clients simply file and then attempt to deal with the aftermath. Schedule a consultation at our firm immediately so we can begin protecting your rights.

Contact a Little Rock Attorney for Legal Separation

If you are not ready for divorce but need some space from your spouse, a legal separation will protect your rights. Worsham Law Firm, P.A. in Little Rock offers a free initial consultation to get the information you need to initiate the separation process. Call today to make your appointment: 501-228-0668 or at 501-490-9379. You can also reach out online.