Divorce

Divorce redefines many aspects of an individual's personal life. Having the right legal advice at the right time will help ensure an improved personal life post-divorce.

Protecting Your Assets

Individuals have an interest in ensuring that a divorce does not diminish the value of their assets. From closely held businesses to retirement or investment accounts, we can protect and preserve what one has worked hard to build. We know that it is all too easy for even a successful business to weather a divorce. Our attorneys have extensive experience helping guide business owners through all manner of challenges. Our experience can prove invaluable when a divorce includes the ownership of a business.

Protecting Your Lifestyle

One concern many people facing divorce have is concerning their day-to-day expenses, particularly for those that put career plans on hold to nurture a family. At Levine & Levine, we are skilled in the effective pursuit of spousal support (alimony) and in structuring property divisions to benefit our clients. We work to achieve a future that addresses ones immediate needs and future goals, whether planning to retire, return to the workforce, engage in continued education, or simply rebuilding.

We offer comprehensive, individualized divorce representation to help our clients with all divorce-related issues, including:

  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Spousal support
  • Property division
  • Mediation

Divorce Attorneys Helping People In Kalamazoo

Let us help you face the challenges of your divorce with confidence. Turn to Levine & Levine for the skilled help you deserve. To schedule an initial consultation, call 800-214-1213 or contact us online.

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