Divorce Lawyers in Clarksburg, WV
During this difficult time, our legal team is on your side
One of the hardest decisions anybody can make is to end a marriage. Preparing for such an unexpected and uncertain future is stressful. Where will you live? How are you going to balance your budget? What about your kids? How are you going to move past this?
You are not alone. An experienced Klie Law Offices divorce attorney can guide you through the complex and sometimes painful process of ending a marriage. Since 2005, our West Virginia divorce lawyers have helped people get the results they are seeking. If you are facing divorce or considering an end to your marriage, contact our Clarksburg office to schedule a case evaluation.
We can help you with all legal aspects of your divorce
You likely already know there is a lot more to divorce than simply ending a marriage. The situation is complicated. Every aspect of your life must be negotiated and/or divided. We can help you navigate all the issues that come up during your divorce, including:
- Child support
- Child custody and visitation
- Spousal support, alimony
- Division of property
- Enforcement and contempt of court
Klie Law Offices also handles a range of other family law problems, like post-divorce modifications for those who discover that the conditions of their divorce are no longer working for their families. We can assist you regardless of where you are in the family court process and the problems you are facing.
Grounds for divorce in West Virginia
Basically, there are two types of divorce – no-fault and at-fault. In general, West Virginia accepts two no-fault grounds for divorce:
- Irreconcilable differences
- Continuous, voluntary separation for a year or more without cohabitation
West Virginia grants fault-based divorces that involve:
- Cruel treatment by a spouse, such as physical harm, false accusations, or attempts to destroy physical and/or mental well-being and happiness
- Felony conviction after marriage
- Permanent and incurable insanity
- Drug addiction
- Against their partner’s wishes, a spouse is absent from the home for at least 6 months
- Abuse and/or neglect of a child
Schedule your case evaluation with a Clarksburg divorce attorney
Divorce can be complicated in West Virginia. The process of distributing your property and determining child custody can be hard to navigate. You need a West Virginia divorce attorney who has winning experience and deep legal knowledge. Klie Law Offices understands how to find strong evidence and build your case to get you what you deserve from your divorce.
We know that you currently have a lot on your mind. That’s why we provide case evaluations. You can talk to one of our Clarksburg divorce lawyers and they can explain your legal options. There is no obligation to hire us; only answers that relate to your specific situation.
You have rights. A knowledgeable Clarksburg divorce attorney can fight for the divorce you deserve. Contact us to schedule a case evaluation with a member of our team today.