Divorce - as difficult as it can be - is often a necessary step to building a better future. A poorly handled divorce may only create more problems and cost precious time and money.
At the law firm of Pritt & Pritt, PLLC, we represent men and women in divorce cases in West Virginia. We are highly skilled and thorough in our approach to divorce law, and will give your case all the time, effort and attention it deserves.
Are you facing a divorce? Contact a Charleston divorce lawyer by phone at 866-959-2006 to schedule an initial consultation.
Commonsense Divorce Solutions
At Pritt & Pritt, PLLC, we are equipped to help you with all aspects of the dissolution of your marriage, legal separation or annulment. We are especially adept at helping people through complex and high-asset divorce proceedings.
Divorces often come with many sensitive issues that will affect your life for years and decades to come:
Our divorce lawyers strive to help clients reach amicable solutions through negotiation and mediation, but we are always prepared to fight for our client's interests in court.
Pritt & Pritt, PLLC, handles a variety of family law issues that may or may not involve divorce. We offer representation in areas of domestic violence, grandparent visitation rights, and paternity actions.
Fighting for Your Share of the Marital Property
In negotiations involving complex property division, if you do not have a competent attorney on your side it is all too easy to get steamrolled by the opposition - especially in regard to West Virginia equitable distribution laws. If the other side files motions and presents documents to the court that could hurt your case, a competent attorney will know how to challenge that evidence and make sure the opposition plays by the rules.
Failure to do so could result in serious financial consequences for you and your children that could last a lifetime. We are equipped with the knowledge and skills to present your case in the best light. Find out more about these related topics:
- Business division
- Pension and retirement fund division
- Prenuptial agreements
Kelly Pritt was the contributing attorney to this content