Fanning Law, helps people obtain legal separations, limited divorces and absolute divorces, utilizing fault-based grounds such as adultery, abandonment and cruelty, as well as no-fault divorces. Obtaining a divorce involves deciding other important issues such as the division of marital property and whether spousal support (alimony) will be paid, how much and for how long. Since all marital property will be divided in a manner the court deems equitable, making sure the court properly classifies and values each asset and debt is essential. The property division can effect the decision of spousal support, too. Whether negotiating a settlement informally or through mediation, or litigating contested issues in court, we can help you protect your rights and promote your interests so that you can move forward with your life in the best interests of you and your family.