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Proven Contested Divorce Attorneys

Effective Solutions to High-Conflict Divorces

What is a Contested Divorce?

When filing for a contested divorce, especially high asset divorces, it is extremely important that you secure the representation you need to protect your rights. These types of divorces are often highly litigated and require the skill knowledge of a dedicated attorney from Cage & Miles.

Our attorneys are dedicated to guiding clients through even the toughest conflicts. When you come to our firm, you can be confident that we will prioritize your best interests every step of the way. Because we focus solely on family law, we are able to spend our energy and effort to advocating for you when you need it most.

 

A contested divorce means that spouses are unable to agree on many of the major terms of the divorce - namely property division, spousal support, child custody, and child support. This is in contrast to an uncontested divorce, where couples have no disagreements over such issues. Contested divorces generally take longer, involve higher costs, and can inflict more stress on parties and their families.

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Offering the Legal Support You Deserve

Divorce is rarely a cut-and-dry process. Because no two clients are alike, we strive to offer you the personalized one-on-one attention you need to obtain a successful outcome. Our attorneys offer compassionate legal counsel, but are not afraid to aggressively protect your interests, should you be shortchanged in any way.

Our legal team has extensive experience navigating complex issues and finding cost-effective solutions that make sense for both parties. We make it a priority to preserve relationships while advocating vigorously to protect our client's' best interests.

Steps to filing for a contested divorce include:

  • Prepare, file, and serve a divorce petition
  • Respond to the divorce petition
  • Pre-trial motions and hearings
  • Settlement proposals and negotiations
  • If settlements are unproductive, parties proceed towards a trial

Divorce: The process

Divorce is often highly contentious; even couples that may start the divorce process in a state of amicability can suddenly take a turn to combativeness or disagreement. We are devoted to guiding our clients in the most respectable way that limits court involvement and minimizes litigation exposure.

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"Cage & Miles changed our life! With their knowledge and hard work, my sons and I are free and safe! Divorce is daunting, especially if your spouse is an Attorney like mine was."

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"They care and it shows in how they and their staff treat you from the first meeting to the last. I highly recommend Michele Lowenstein and Liz Brown."

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