Laying The Foundation For Life After Divorce
Just as every marriage is unique, so is every divorce. You need a Livingston County divorce attorney who understands your specific situation — and how to protect your interests during and after the divorce process.
At The Kizer Law Firm, P.C., we take a caring, supportive approach with each of our clients. We also take an aggressive, assertive approach when negotiating to protect our clients’ best interests. If you have concerns about child custody, marital property division or other divorce issues, our attorneys are ready to answer your questions and help you achieve your goals for a brighter, more stable future.
To set up a consultation, please call us at 517-507-4873 or complete our contact form. We represent clients in Howell, where our office is located, as well as in Brighton and throughout Livingston County.
Divorce And Family Law Attorneys With Local Roots
If you are going through a divorce in Livingston County, it is important to have a local attorney advise and represent you. At The Kizer Law Firm, P.C., our attorneys have earned the trust and respect of local judges and the legal community, as well as the trust and respect of our clients. We know how the courts generally decide on specific divorce matters, and we use this knowledge to inform our clients and seek favorable outcomes for them.
What you do not want is an inexperienced attorney who is not familiar with the legal terrain. We are experienced attorneys, and we are familiar with the values of the local community and the tendencies of the courts. We offer sound legal counsel and effective representation in a wide variety of divorce matters, including:
- The division of marital property: the primary family residence, vacation homes, cars, boats, retirement plans, business assets and other investments
- Child custody: the determination of parenting time and child support
- Spousal support: temporary, periodic, permanent or lump-sum alimony
- Personal Protection Orders (PPOs), also known as restraining orders
Many of our past divorce clients were involved in long-term marriages of 10 years or more. It is important to understand that the duration of the marriage and any disparity in income are factors in spousal support decisions, and the court has wide discretion in these matters. Whether you are seeking spousal support or want to minimize or avoid an obligation to pay, our attorneys can advise you on the best course of action.
We understand that this is an extremely difficult time for you. Divorce is an upheaval, but you don’t have to go through it alone. To learn how we can help you, contact The Kizer Law Firm, P.C. today.