Divorce

Divorce

Divorce is complicated, messy, and emotionally exhausting. It is hard to know where to start preparing to file for divorce. There are many questions that must be answered, and it is difficult to find the answers to the tormenting questions.

Shupperd Law will help assist you in answering any questions that arise when dealing with divorce. It does not matter if it is dealing with the simpler questions like where to file or the more complicated questions like what it means to live in a community property state. We will make sure to cover all aspects of your divorce, including spousal maintenance, property issues, child custody, and child support.

When you schedule and come in your free consultation with Shupperd Law, we will go through all the facts surrounding your particular case and what to expect based on Idaho law. We will talk about the different grounds for divorce in Idaho, whether it is based on adultery, extreme cruelty, willful desertion, willful neglect, separation without cohabitation, habitual intemperance, conviction of felony, permanent insanity (these are also known as a “fault” divorce) or whether it is based on irreconcilable differences, (also known as a “no fault” divorce).

We will also explore the ability to resolve this between the parties, i.e., an uncontested case and what it looks like to go through the litigation process, i.e. a contested case.

Boise & Meridian Divorce Attorney

Divorce is complicated, messy, and emotionally exhausting. It is hard to know where to start preparing to file for divorce. There are many questions that must be answered, and it is difficult to find the answers to the tormenting questions.

Kevin Shupperd is a Boise and Meridian divorce attorney that will help assist you in answering any questions that arise when dealing with divorce. It does not matter if it is dealing with the simpler questions like where to file or the more complicated questions like what it means to live in a community property state. We will make sure to cover all aspects of your divorce, including spousal maintenance, property issues, child custody, and child support.

When you schedule and come in your free consultation with Shupperd Law, we will go through all the facts surrounding your particular case and what to expect based on Idaho law. We will talk about the different grounds for divorce in Idaho, whether it is based on adultery, extreme cruelty, willful desertion, willful neglect, separation without cohabitation, habitual intemperance, conviction of felony, permanent insanity (these are also known as a “fault” divorce) or whether it is based on irreconcilable differences, (also known as a “no fault” divorce).

We will also explore the ability to resolve this between the parties, i.e., an uncontested case and what it looks like to go through the litigation process, i.e. a contested case.

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