Assertive Legal Counsel From an Experienced Family Law Attorney
Divorce affects many different people. From divorcing spouses to children, it can be a difficult time for all parties. If you are contemplating the idea of a divorce or have already filed, our law firm will provide the guidance you need to get through the situation.
The Law Offices of Sean Patrick Cox, PLLC, has locations in Grand Rapids, Martin and Portage, Michigan and represents clients in a range of family law matters, including divorce, child custody, parenting time, spousal support, property division and modifications. Our attorney is licensed to practice in Michigan and Florida, and he frequently represents clients residing in both states. If you value sound legal advice from an experienced lawyer, choose our firm.
A Knowledgeable Grand Rapids Divorce Attorney
We represent men and women equally in the divorce process, and we have handled cases that include divorce with children and divorce without children. Because we are experienced in handling a range of divorce cases, we understand how to provide effective and efficient representation for our clients. We can personally tailor our legal services to meet your needs. We will work diligently to make sure that we reach a resolution that is in your best interests.
At our firm, we handle both contested and uncontested divorces. Our attorney has tried close to 100 divorces and has years of experience handling motions and evidentiary hearings. In his experience, he has also developed the necessary negotiation skills to advocate for clients. Negotiations are always used as a first attempt. If a settlement cannot be reached, we will stand up for you in the courtroom. We are ready and able to help you with all aspects of your divorce, including:
- Property and asset division
- Spousal support
- Parenting time
- Enforcement of orders
We also handle collaborative law (collaborative divorce) matters, which is divorce through mediation. Here, a neutral third-party mediator assists all parties in the negotiation process, and each party retains his or her own legal counsel. This is a good approach for parties who agree on division of assets and are on the same page regarding custody. This is a confidential process that is often less costly and time consuming than litigation. Contact our firm for more information on collaborative law.